Panel Grill Oak Radiator Cover - Extra Large
- Constructed from durable MDF for longevity
- Finished in an oak effect for a timeless style
- Elegant panel grill adds a sophisticated touch to your room
- Great quality at an affordable price
- Includes all fittings to mount invisibly to the wall for a smooth finish
- Internal dimensions - L166 x H80.2 x W16.7cm (please allow for a 3-4cm gap around your radiator when measuring up)
- Available in five different sizes – mini, small, large, extra large, and adjustable
- Self assembly
Conceal Your Radiator
Banish that unattractive radiator from sight with this stunning oak radiator cover from Jack Stonehouse. Replacing a radiator is messy and expensive, which is why this beautiful oak veneer cabinet is such a popular choice for modern and traditional homes alike. Featuring a classic oak veneer with chamfered edges and a panel grill, this elegant cabinet is budget-friendly yet still looks luxurious. Easy to put together and keep clean, leave the cabinet empty for a clean and minimalistic look or decorate it with your favourite pictures and ornaments.
Quick and Easy to Build
All you need to put together your new radiator cover is a screwdriver, it’s that simple. We’ve kept the instructions clear and easy to follow so that assembly is a breeze, no matter your DIY skill level. The unit arrives flat packed for your convenience and also comes with all of the necessary fittings to mount the unit flush to the wall – ideal if you want that bit of extra stability whilst still maintaining a polished overall look.
A radiator cover is a great investment if you have a little one running around the house and are worried that they may come into contact with a hot radiator. Young children have delicate skin and this makes them particularly vulnerable to accidental burns. Installing radiator covers across the home ensures that they cannot scold themselves on running radiators, giving you peace of mind whilst they explore.
Packaging dimensions - 176 x 40.5 x 8cm
Packaging gross weight - 16kg
Cabinet dimensions (external) - 172.4 x 81.5 x 19cm
Cabinet dimensions (internal) - 166 x 80.2 x 16.7cm
Main body of radiator cover constructed from 13mm thick MDF and slats from 3mm thick MDF
Please note that there is a manufacturer’s tolerance of plus/minus 5mm on all dimensions
How do you measure for a radiator cover?
Start by measuring the width, length, and height of your radiator and then allow for a 3-4cm gap all around.
Next, check the internal dimensions of your chosen model, ensuring that you have accommodated the gap so that the cover doesn’t fit tightly over your radiator.
Finally, check that the external dimensions of the radiator cover will fit in your space, i.e. won’t be so large that they are obstructed by a windowsill or wall.
Does the cover come assembled?
Your radiator cover is self assembly and will arrive flat packed; however, putting it together is a simple and straightforward process with instructions included.
I can’t find my instruction manual, what do I do?
Simply get in touch and one of our friendly team members will be happy to email you a copy of the instructions for your model. You can use our online chat or call us on 01604 537900, the team are available from Mon to Fri 9am-5pm.
Do you make made to measure radiator covers?
We only offer readymade “standard” radiator covers, however, these often work with most radiators and so many of our customers find that they don’t need a bespoke option. Check the specs tab to see the internal and external dimensions of your chosen radiator cover.
Do you make tall radiator covers?
We currently have two models of radiator covers with extra height (a small and large version) which have additional height dimensions to accommodate taller appliances.
I’ve bought an unfinished radiator cover, what paint should I use?
We always recommend starting with a water-based primer or undercoat to give you a smooth and even foundation for your main colour. As the covers are made from sturdy MDF it is best to choose a wood paint, however, you can use other types of paint provided that you have used a primer coat first.
How do I attach my radiator cover to the wall?
Your radiator cover comes with an L shaped bracket – simply attach this to the wall using the provided screws and then fix the radiator cover to the bracket.