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Radiator covers

Posted by spqr (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 31, 06 at 16:54

In my 1929 Tudor house I have steam radiators that have metal covers that I think are original to the house. Each cover has a design embossed in the lower center of the front. The design is a cameo design which is sort of unique...I have never seen covers like this before. The only problem is that I am missing one cover and would like to get something that is similar in design to the rest of the house. Has anyone ever seen covers like these? Any ideas for replacement or reproduction? Thanks in advance for any help.

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RE: Radiator covers

You might want to check out Monarch Covers. The can reproduce just about any style, Metal or Wood. Just a word of caution about them: If you order just one or two custom covers, it might take a while for them to fill your order, like up to 8-10 months. You might want to call them and talk to a representative.

I've attached a link to their site:

Here is a link that might be useful: Monarch Covers

RE: Radiator covers

We fabricate custom radiator covers for any heat source, have honest, quality service and fair prices. We offer a lot of options for our radiator enclosures and will build your cover exactly the way you want it. We also fabricate radiator covers with dampening systems to control heat in spaces without zoned heating. You can find out more at

Thanks, Jay

Here is a link that might be useful: radiator covers

RE: Radiator covers

If you're looking for a wooden radiator cover has a traditional design. They are located on Long Island.

Here is a link that might be useful: radiator covers

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