With our extensive heating range, you home just got hotter! At Bathroom Republic you'll find all kinds of radiators and accessories. Covering various colours, sizes and shapes including horizontal and vertical, designer radiators are becoming increasingly popular.

For those looking for something more contemporary, our flat panel radiators will give your room a bespoke image. Or how about going for a heated towel rail - make those cold mornings a thing of the past with our expansive range.

What are the different types of bathroom heating?


Designer Radiators

For those looking for something more original, designer radiators will give your bathroom a bespoke image. Available in a vast range of traditional and contemporary offerings, covering various colours, sizes and shapes including horizontal and vertical, these items are becoming increasingly popular.

All our designer radiators are suitable for all UK heating systems and carry the CE mark for that extra peace of mind.

Traditional Radiators

Sometimes called colosseum radiators, these items feature pleasant, often decorative designs. Suitable for period and modern settings, they come in numerous shapes, sizes, and finishes that will enable you to harmonise one with your bathroom.

Besides stunning looks, these radiators will also provide you with a great amount of heat, keeping the room temperature pleasant during those colder evenings.

Heated Towel Rails

Heated towel rails are ideal for smaller bathroom spaces. They are also a great accompaniment to radiators in large bathrooms, as they can be inserted near your bath or shower, keeping you warm immediately after showering.

Our heated towel ladders and small towel radiator are all compatible for use on all standard UK heating systems, including combi-boilers and gravity fed systems.

Important information

What is BTU?

BTU (British Thermal Unit) is a way to see how much heat a radiator will generate. It shows the amount of energy used to heat one pound of water by one degree. This is a great way of deciding whether or not a specific item is going to provide adequate heating for your bathroom. Consider the size of the room when purchasing as this will dictate what to go for. A smaller radiator will usually have a BTU of around 1,324, while larger items will be around 1,903. Be sure to check the specification of any radiator you are considering purchasing as it should display a BTU figure. For more information about BTU and how warm should your home, please see our infographic below.

What is a BTU