Expert Radiator Installations in Newcastle upon Tyne


Housewarm is a local business carrying out radiator installations in Newcastle upon Tyne, going strong for over a decade.

My name is Steven and I was born in Newcastle general hospital in 1979. I incorporated Housewarm Limited in 2011 to provide heating and plumbing services to homes in my local home town area.

I have all the plumbing tools, knowledge and experience needed to carry out heating and plumbing jobs to a high standard. 

With no call out fees and free fixed price quotes, I can offer a recommended and experienced heating engineer for radiator installations at competitive prices.

Radiator Installation Services

Local Radiator Fitters

Panel Radiators

Get standard panel radiators in single, double, or even triple panel convector radiators.

Installed, replaced, moved, or repaired in your home by recommended radiator fitters.

Column Radiators

From tall vertical column, or designer radiators, to heavy-duty floor standing cast iron radiators, I can supply and fit all types of central heating radiators in your home.

Towel Radiators

Towel rail radiators, or towel warmers, are commonly fitted in bathrooms.

They're normally chrome or white, but nowadays come in many colours and styles.




Frequent questions and answers

Yes, I can guarantee all work carried out by Housewarm for a full 12 months and I will fix any problems caused by the installation or work done. 

Brand new parts typically come with a 12 month warranty from the supplier, but sometimes second hand parts for boiler repairs are the best (or only) option and might not have a warranty.

If your existing pipes are 15mm then yes you can connect to threm anywhere for a new radiator. If the pipes are 10mm or smaller, you will need to trace those small pipes back to where they connect to bigger pipes then run some new pipes in from the bigger pipes.

If it’s a small radiator you might get away with teeing in to 10mm pipes but typically it will cause one radiator to not heat up properly.

Pressurise the system and check for leaks at the connections. The radiator valves are the most prone to leaking on a central heating system. 

Radiators come in various types, including panel radiators, column radiators, and towel radiators. Choose one that fits your heating needs and complements your home’s aesthetics.

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