Paladin’s Master Class Radiates Success at the National Homebuilding & Renovation Show

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Paladin Radiators Steal the Show at Birmingham NEC Arena

Oxford Cast Iron Radiator
This new facility and service has been introduced to help the company satisfy the growing demand for cast iron radiators across the whole of the UK

The last weekend in March saw Paladin Radiators visit the Birmingham NEC Arena, as they helped to commemorate the 21st anniversary of the National Homebuilding & Renovation Show. The annual events, involving over 450 specialist homebuilding and renovation companies, help to provide inspiration and assistance for home transformations across the country. As per usual, the show was a huge success, supplying expert advice to many different kinds of home builders and renovators.

This year the Homebuilding & Renovation Show held a small selection of seminars and master classes for their visitors. These exclusive sessions were organised in the hope of producing an opportunity for more detailed information on certain products and services. On April 1st Paladin Radiators had the pleasure of hosting one of these master classes, providing tips on home renovations and the installation of heating systems within the home. The captivation of Paladin Radiators seemed to be shared amongst many individuals there, as the fully-booked class was well attended form start to finish. A busy question and answer session also turned out to be extremely successful, initiating interest within many of the visiting renovation enthusiasts.

A range of cast iron radiators from Paladin was on display throughout the whole of the master class and for the duration of the show itself. Ranges such as The Victorian, The Kensington and The Churchill received laudable feedback and frequent fascination from those passing by.

On the back of this success Paladin Radiators are proud to announce a fantastic new service, which they believe will be extremely popular with potential customers and their existing client base. The Lincolnshire based radiator suppliers are now providing ready-to-go cast iron radiators with next day delivery. This involves ever-changing amounts of stock, consisting of ready-made radiators of all shapes and sizes, ready to be delivered to your door the very next day. This service currently stretches across the full range of Paladin’s radiators, all apart from The Churchill and Saint Paul styles.

Despite being ready-made and ready-to-go, the size of Paladin’s stock ensures that radiator selections are as bespoke as they can possibly be. Visitors to the site will have the availability to search online for a style and finish to suit certain requirements and find a size ready-made for delivery. At this particular moment in time, this facility is just a telephone service for now. However, the team at Paladin Radiators are currently designing additional webpages to facilitate this section of their business.

Recently, the company released some positive news regarding business investment and the expansion of certain facilities. One of these business improvements included a move to a much larger shop premises, allowing them to hold almost £1million worth of stock. This development provides the company with the option to hold all different sizes, shapes and styles of cast iron radiator.

This new facility and service has been introduced to help the company satisfy the growing demand for cast iron radiators across the whole of the UK. So with larger premises, copious amounts of stock and an increasing public demand – the rest of the year looks extremely prosperous for Paladin Radiators.

About Paladin Radiators

Located in the Lincolnshire, Paladin Radiators are leading specialists in the production of bespoke cast iron radiators. The family run business has been providing radiators to both retail and commercial markets for many years, including heritage homes and public erections. The old-fashioned designs have great attention to detail and portray a historical image for those looking for a traditional effect.

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