Do you need heated towel rail?
In short, the answer is yes! Heated towel rails are ideal for making your bathroom a warm, comfortable place to be… especially on those cold winter days!
What is the difference between a heated towel rail and a radiator?
Customers ask us all the time; “what’s the difference between a radiator and a towel warmer?” In simple terms, radiators are more efficient at transferring heat; their job is to keep your room at an optimum temperature, whereas towel warmers do what they say on the tin, ‘Heat your Towels’, offering minimum heat output.
How do you control the temperature on a towel rail?
The most common method for adjusting temperature will be to adjust the knob by turning clockwise to turn off – I.e. cool or anti clockwise to open and up the heat. Turning the knob could be difficult, and so pliers might be required.
Are towel rails worth it?
You may ask yourself “is a heated towel rack worth it?” But a better question to ask is, “am I worth it?” The answer is a resounding yes, you absolutely are.
What temperature should a heated towel rail be?
An ‘average’ family bathroom in the UK measures approximately 2.5m(H) x 2.5m(W) x 2.5m(L). In order to heat the room to a comfortable temperature, the heated towel rail would need to emit around 1150 BTUs.
How do you make a towel warmer UK?
If your towel radiator doesn’t heat up as it normally would, then you’ve successfully turned the towel radiator off. To turn it back on again, merely turn the valve in the opposite direction and check that it warms up as required when the heating is turned on.
What types of stainless steel towel rails are available?
Our premium range of 304 grade stainless steel heated and non-heated towel rails are available in a variety of sizes and styles, including round bar, square bar, non-heated, floor to ceiling and mirror polished, matt black, brushed satin, oil rubbed bronze and gun metal grey finishes.
What is the best heated towel rail radiator?
Something like this Milano Elizabeth traditional heated towel rail could be the answer, as it has an impressive heat output for such a diminutive appliance and still features a space to hang towels or other garments to dry – which is pretty handy. The downside (for some) to this type of towel radiator, is that the style may not be suitable.
Do heated towel rails heat the bathroom?
Though in the main, heated towel rails are designed to keep towels warm and dry, in the case of small to medium-sized bathrooms, cloakrooms or ensuites, it is entirely plausible for a towel radiator to be sufficiently powerful enough to heat the space as well.
How do I choose the right ladder towel rail?
Even though our ladder towel rail range has a huge selection to choose from, finding the right one for you is easy. Simply use our BTU calculator to find the perfect size, then use the filters to narrow down your options.