Fantastic towel rail, very compact, looks amazing and more expensive than it actually is. Would recommend to anyone looking for a heated tower rail for a small bathroom.
i can highly recommend this heated towel rail looks nice up went for one that was twice of the size of what i was replacing so looks really brilliant delivery was excellent
As a first time buyer setting in our new home iv been amazed at the quality of everything we bought from Victorian plumbing and how it cost us half the price of anywhere else. This bathroom rail was worth the morning.
Designed as either an ideal accompaniment to your radiator in a large bathroom, or as a main source of warmth for smaller settings, heated towel rails are highly stylish and very practical items that will add an excellent touch to your bathroom regardless of the style of the fittings and décor you have chosen.
Depending on where you plan on installing the towel rail, you will need to take some measurements to ensure it'll fit properly. Consider both the size of the item itself and that of the wall it will be mounted on before buying.
Make a note of any obstructions and also locate where the pipes will be connected if it is not replacing an existing radiator. You also need between 10 and 20cm at the bottom of the radiator to allow connection.
There are a number of ways to install a towel rail, depending on what's ideal for you:
Central heating: The towel rail is plumbed directly into the central heating system and uses a set of valves to adjust the level of heat required. When installed in this way, towel rails will work exactly the same as a regular radiator.
Electric option: If your property has no central heating, there are towel rails available that will run on electricity. These are a cost effective alternative that will still allow you to keep your towels toasty while also warming the bathroom.
Combining the two: These items basically allow you to use either the central heating system or electricity to heat the rail. An ideal choice as you can turn the central heating off over the summer but still have warm towels after a bath or shower.
British Thermal Unit (BTU) enables you to see exactly how much heat a radiator will put out. You need to decide whether your towel rail will only serve to heat towels or if it will be used as a main heat outlet for the bathroom as this will affect what you should be looking for in terms of BTU. A larger radiator will normally have a bigger BTU output.
There are many different sizes available. Some towel rails feature wider designs, while others are taller and slimmer. The size of the room will dictate how big you can go. There are numerous compact designs out there which are a great option for bathrooms which aren't as spacious; so regardless of how large the room is, there are towel rails to suit.
The great thing about heated towel rails is that there are plenty of styles to pick from. Regardless of whether you want contemporary or traditional looks there is something to suit your tastes. Modern items include stunning ladder towel rails, which are available in either straight or curved options and are usually finished in either chrome, black or white for a fresh look.
Traditional variants include column style rails which perfectly capture the essence of period designs. These items are usually supplied in either chrome or gold with a white column design in the middle for a truly classic statement. Remember to choose something that will match the rest of your fittings for a stunning finish.