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Cloakroom Radiators

A cloakroom is a place to store coats, shoes and bags. So the last thing you want when leaving the house is a damp, cold coat that’s still wet from the day before. That's where our cloakroom radiators come in.

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Cloakrooms can become a space that's filled with dampness and humidity. Especially if you regularly store wet coats and shoes in there. And with living in England, that's usually the case. With no filtering and many without windows, it can become an unpleasant room and can even make your clothes smell of damp.

The best way to combat this is by installing a cloakroom radiator, you may find this to be impractical as you don’t spend any time in there. But once you have one, you won’t be able to do without.

Cloakroom radiators can dry out the air and reduce the damp that's created from your coats and shoes. If your cloakroom also has a carpet, you’ll need something to dry out wet carpets too. Not only do they combat dampness, they're great for drying your outwear and can warm up your coats if you know you’ll be venturing out. They don’t need to be on all the time. The best time to use cloakroom radiators is when you’ve just got in from a rainy day or when you’ll be leaving the home on a cold wintery day.

The best cloakroom radiators are usually towel radiators or small radiators, as many cloakrooms are small and have limited space. A useful radiator for your cloakroom would be a towel radiators with shelves. These shelf towel radiators can be used to hang your coats on, and you can store your shoes or bags on the top shelf to dry them out.

If you would like to see the benefits of a towel radiator, please see our blog.

Cloakrooms aren’t just limited to towel rails. If you wanted, you can use a horizontal radiator, a convector radiator and even an electric radiator to help save on your heating bills.

Before you enjoy warm coats and dry shoes from your new cloakroom radiator, it's important to know the BTU required to heat your room. To find this out use our handy and free to use BTU calculator.

Struggling To Find What You're Looking For?

If you can’t see a cloakroom radiator on this page then see our full range of radiators and towel radiators. We have 1000s to choose from so you’ll definitely find something that's a perfect fit for you.

Looking for a bargain? We have a selection of radiators on sale that will work well in cloakrooms too.

If you have any questions regarding any of our radiators or services please contact us today. Our award winning team of specialists are more than happy to help you.

Cloakroom Radiators Popular Questions

Is A Cloakroom Radiator A Good Idea?

Cloakroom radiators are a fantastic idea for drying wet coats and shoes or just warming them up before you leave the house. They are exceptionally useful if you have children that like to jump in puddles.. Cloakroom radiators help combat dampness along with keeping you warm and dry.

One of the benefits of cloakroom radiators is that they won’t be seen often, so you don’t have to think too hard about style and purely focus on function. This can help save money at the initial purchase.

What If I Don’t Have The Space For A Cloakroom Radiator?

At DRD we understand that many cloakrooms are limited in size, and that's if you're lucky enough to have one. So we have selected space saving vertical radiators and storage making towel radiators that are either small in design, or designed to take up minimal room for our cloakroom radiator page. Don’t worry if you don’t have a cloakroom, all of these can also be used in the hallway for the same function!

Will It Be Expensive To Heat My Cloakroom Radiator?

The fantastic thing about cloakroom radiators is that you only need to use them when it counts. Which is usually when you get home and are wet. Or when you're going out on a rainy day. You obviously don’t spend time in there like you would a living room, so the radiator won’t be used much.

This means it won’t be expensive to run a cloakroom radiator, but if you wanted to, you can use your cloakroom radiator to dry towels and laundry too for added practicality.

What Radiators Are Good For Cloakrooms?

As we have such a wide range of radiators to choose from, it's really what you like. But here are some great examples of cloakroom radiators to help you decide.

Firstly is the Terma Angus Vertical Radiator that's brilliant for cloakrooms with its vast hanging space, yet stylish enough for hallways too. Have children that struggle to reach? Install this towel radiator a little lower so they can have the lowest hanging area.

Looking for a powerhouse to heat your cloakroom while also offering towel bars for hanging space? Then you’ll love the Reina Neval Aluminium Vertical Radiator. It has various spots to install the towel bars and can easily heat a cloakroom or your hallway.

Low in cost, useful in design and crafted with durable materials. It's like the Reina Elvo Stainless Steel Towel Radiator was made for cloakrooms. It has useful towel rails and a simple heated shelf for added storage. Its stainless steel material has anti-rust and anti-corrosion properties and it comes with a 25 year warranty to make it a long lasting, low cost addition.

The Kartell Kompact Double Panel Single Convector is a smaller radiator with tons of power. It's the most common design seen and really heats a space. You may remember putting your shoes upside down on these as a child and them drying in no time.