Restored Arts and Crafts era Radiators

Restored Arts and Crafts era Radiators

 

The restored radiators were plumbed back into their original positions in their lovely Arts and Crafts home which is being fully renovated

gun metal finish traditional radiators

 

 

 

The gun metal finish is achieved using an “anthracite” paint colour

group of arts and crafts radiators before restoration

 

 

 

Group of radiators in the process of restoration. Scorch marks are visible because we needed to use heat to remove some of the old fittings prior to flushing out inside

How to bleed radiators

How to bleed radiators

Hope you are all warm and cozy. This is a nice info-graphic & article on bleeding radiators by u-switch – pleased to see they have used antique radiators in the pictures!

Here’s a link to the full article

Handsome and hefty decorative radiators

Handsome and hefty decorative radiators

The larger of these decorative radiators weighed in at 173kg! They are likely to have been manufactured circa 1900 so it is fitting we have just delivered them to an Edwardian townhouse in Bath. They should certainly belt the heat out!

Decorative radiators before restoration

The smaller radiator finished in gloss black

The fully restored larger decorative radiator

Before & after. Radiator restoration for a large project.

Before & after. Radiator restoration for a large project.

Twenty two radiators removed from a historic house 200 miles away arrived on pallets in October. The rads, mostly four columns, looked tired and were definitely in need of some TLC.

Before

Thankfully most tested fine i.e. they were watertight both before and after shot-blasting. David repaired a couple of the longer ones. Plenty of coats of off-white paint and they looked really smart.

After

Here they are all ready for the long journey back to their seaside home.

Reclaimed radiators was pleased to turn this job around in a little over four weeks, a week ahead of schedule.