Multisec radiators add to historic splendour of Royal Sutton PlaceJanuary 12, 2017
160 Multisec radiators from MHS have been installed throughout 98 two and three-bedroom luxury apartments at Royal Sutton Place in Sutton Coldfield.
The new radiators were fitted as part of an extensive renovation of the building, which was formerly The Royal Hotel, in May 2016. Contractors MVS Mechanical Services Ltd installed the products in line with the specification from project consultants Cundall.
The renovation saw the rich history of the building retained, in combination with modern materials and a unique design approach. Newly introduced elements included Spanish styled bathrooms and Italian designer kitchens, while the original oil storage heating was removed and replaced by gas central heating and radiators.
Explaining the reasons for specifying MHS Radiators, Stuart Hawkes, Senior Mechanical Engineer at Cundall, said: “Multisec radiators were chosen as they are in keeping with the historic nature of the building, possessing the same style and look as their surroundings. The project warranted a high quality radiator that blended in with the décor while producing excellent levels of heat. After we met with MHS Radiators and discussed the options available, it soon became apparent that the Multisec was the perfect fit for this project.”
Multisec column radiators are renowned for their elegance and good looks. They can be supplied fully assembled in up to 40 sections, making it straightforward and affordable to replace old radiators, as well as add style to any room.
Supplied from stock in an eye-catching white RAL 9016 powder-coated finish, with over 70 other specialist colours available to order, these radiators are equally suitable for period or contemporary interiors.
A landmark Victorian building, Royal Sutton Place has been a fixture in the local area since 1865. In-between its function as The Royal Hotel to its current use, the venue was home to local council offices – and was the place where births, deaths and marriages were recorded. Fireplaces have been preserved in the rooms where they were initially installed, while classic cornice skirting boards and ceiling roses have been restored.
The Multisec range is part of MHS Radiators’ extensive portfolio of designer, multi column, traditional cast iron radiators and towel rails. For more information about MHS Radiators or to request a copy of the latest catalogue, please telephone 01268 546700.