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See our guide below - How to work out which radiator valves you will need:
- Side connections with pipes coming up from the floor = you need “angled” valves.
- Underside connections with pipes coming up from the floor = you need “straight” valves
- Side connections with pipes coming out of the wall = you may choose between “angled” or “corner” valves. Traditionally installers would use angled valves, however it's been discovered that a neater alternative is to use corner valves, as this means that the heads of the valves would sit upright, rather than protruding into the room like with an angled valve.
- Underside connections with pipes coming out of the wall = you can choose from “angled” or “corner” valves. Traditionally installers would use angled valves, but again corner valves would be a neater alternative
If you are starting from scratch then there will not be any pipes currently installed, in which case you should be able to choose where you want the pipes coming from; the wall or the floor. This gives you more flexibility when it comes to choosing your radiator valves. But in most cases, the pipework will already be installed in which case you'll need to get the correct radiator valves to suit your existing pipework.
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