MHS Radiators launches new merchant division

Published: 26 July 2017
 

Radiator manufacturer MHS Radiators has revealed a new division called Rads 2 Rails, which has been created specifically for UK merchants and heating installers.

 

The new collection includes designer radiators, towel rails and accessories in a wide variety of sizes from stock. Products can be available within two to three working days, with standard towel rails available via a next day delivery service.

 

In total, there are 17 ‘rads’, including traditional multi column, flat panel, cast iron and designer, with most models available in two colours or more. The collection also features nine exceptional ‘rails’, with multiple finishes offered on selected models, including white, black, platinum, anthracite, chrome and textured finishes.

 

Completing the line-up is a specially designed range of modern and traditional valves, plus selected accessories complementing each model.

 

Alex Bradley, operations manager at MHS Radiators, said: “Rads 2 Rails is an exciting new offering for the trade. There are some great products in the range, which have been specifically chosen for projects of all styles and all sizes! Factor in Rads 2 Rails’ quick delivery times, and we’re confident it will be well received by the trade up and down the country.” 

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