1. February 2012 14:37

Inhibitor for Cast Iron Radiators


Here are UK Cast Iron Radiators we recommend that you use an Inhibitor in your Cast Iron Radiators.
Your plumber will best advise on what amount and which one you need, but it something that you should mention to him.

Quality Buildcert approved inhibitors protect against the damaging effects of corrosion and limescale to maintain the energy efficiency of the boiler and extend system life. An efficient system minimises fuel bills and reduces carbon emissions.

Two of the brand leaders that we would recommend are

Fernox
www.fernox.com/fernox+home

Sentinel
www.sentinel-solutions.net/

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 19. January 2012 20:15

Victorian Canopy Bath Sold

We sold this Victorian Canopy bath late last year

The customer has kindly sent us these images of the bath now in situ

The bath has both a normal shower head and there are also sprays around the canopy


We are always looking to buy unique items such as this for stock


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 18. January 2012 13:40

New Stock in This Week



We have coming back in to stock this coming Friday (20/1/12) a large amount of cast iron baths including the new circular cast iron bath













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 18. January 2012 08:37

Happy Customer

We have received this lovely image from a customer, they purchased a table and chairs from us prior to Christmas.











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 13. January 2012 17:07

We are always looking to buy good quality Garden Antiques and Ornaments

We are always looking to buy good quality Garden Antiques and Ornaments


Our buyer buys remotely from your pictures and descriptions - then our driver collects and pays
for the goods, therefore the buyer needs sufficient information so that he can make a decision
without physically seeing the items.

We promise to get back to you with a swift response.

Please send photos and information to: info@ukarchitecturalantiques.com

 





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 10. January 2012 17:35

New Stock - 200 Church Chairs



We have taken delivery today of 200 Church chairs

These chairs are the original ones from when the church opened.


The Church was opened in 1955 by our present Queen Elizabeth II, so she may of sat on our chairs!!


The chairs will be advertised for sale shortly on our website.

All Saints Church in Birmingham












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 1. January 2012 19:18

Happy New Year

Happy new year to all of our friends

We are open for business 7 days a week

Telephone Monday to Friday from 9am 'til 7pm

Saturday and Sunday from 10am 'til 4pm

For all other times our emails are answered very quickly and we welcome visitors by appointment to our Reclamation Yard.

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 21. December 2011 19:24

New Products



We will be adding several new products to this website in the next few days.

We have 3 new styles of bathroom towel rails.

Also we have our first set of radiator valves which have a 22mm pipe inlet, making them suitable for larger properties and commercial buildings. The valves are brass, with the chrome and nickel versions coming into stock next year.

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 12. December 2011 13:18

We Deliver our Antiques Worldwide

ハローとUKAAを歓迎

我々は世界的に出荷

私たちは、建築アンティークの大規模な範囲を販売




Hallo und herzlich willkommen UKAA

Wir liefern weltweit

Wir verkaufen eine große Auswahl an architektonischen Antiquitäten




Hallo en welkom UKAA

Wij leveren wereldwijd

Wij verkopen een groot scala aan architectonische antiek



您好,歡迎 UKAA

我們運往世界各地

我們一個大範圍的建築古董



Ciao e benvenuto UKAA

Spediamo in tutto il mondo

Vendiamo una vasta gamma di oggetti d'antiquariato architettonico



Hallo en welkom UKAA

Wij leveren wereldwijd

Wij verkopen een groot scala aan architectonische antiek

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 10. December 2011 15:37

Electric Heating Elements - Customer Query.


I wonder whether you could tell me a little more about how the 
electric elements work in cast iron rads. There seems to be some 
forums which suggest they just blow up the radiator as there is no 
room for expansion. Have you got any experience of this?



Becky From UKAA says:
We have sold a lot of the heating elements and have had no problems at all as we suggest filling your radiator to 98% leaving 2% for expansion when in use.

The elements are 240v and they can be used as a standalone electrically heated radiator, or they can be fitted as a backup into a standard water based system i.e. if you have a room in the property that  you would like to heat But you do not want to heat the whole house with your water based system, you can use your heating element instead. Or if you have a property without a water based system but want the Victorian style radiators instead of storage heaters these would work fine as free standing radiators.

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