Reasons To Install A Heated Towel Rail In Your Bathroom
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When you're upgrading your bathroom, why should you install a heated towel rail? Heated towel racks offer a ton of benefits.
Modern electric heated towel rails are efficient, convenient and look great as a design feature in bathrooms. And they're a great way to give you a lot of luxury for a little bit of money.
A Heated Towel Rail Keeps Your Towels Dry, Warm, And Fresh
Say goodbye to soggy bathmats hung over the edge of the bath or musty towels hanging on the back of the door. Keep your towels dry and fresh this winter with a heated towel rail.
Bathrooms are a very wet and steamy environment, which creates the perfect situation for mould to grow. Giving your towels the best chance to dry in between uses also helps to keep your towels hygienic for longer. Particularly in winter, heated towel rails provide a convenient way to dry out your towels while they’re hanging up between uses, saving you from having to put them in the dryer to get rid of that musty smell.
Keep Other Stuff Dry
Heated towel bars aren't just for towels. You can dry lots of clothing items on them, including your winter gear.
Got caught in the rain? Hang your damp clothes on your towel rack for a few minutes and they'll be dry and warm for you to continue your day.
Did you wear your heavy coat in a storm? The heated towel rail will have it dried out and warm in no time.
Heat Your Entire Bathroom
One of the biggest reasons to install a heated towel rail is that it can heat up your bathroom.
A great quality towel rack offers you an extra heating source for your bath time. However, this depends on the size of your bathroom and the insulation in your walls. Since the purpose of a heated towel rail is not to heat your entire bathroom, you shouldn't use it to replace your heater. But, if you've got a smaller bathroom with great insulation, it can serve as another heat source.
Turn it up to make your bathroom toasty warm on cold, winter days. If you're worried about your electricity bills, add a timer to your towel rack to save energy. Set the timer to turn on only during the hours you plan to use the bathroom most.
A Heated Towel Rail Is Suitable For All Bathrooms Types
Heated towel rails come in a wide range of types and designs. You can find one to match the shape or size of your bathroom. If needed, you can also buy more than one smaller rail if you have heaps of towels.
They Are Affordable And Easy To Run
Contrary to the beliefs of many people, heated towel rails are not expensive to acquire. They are simple to install and do not consume a lot of electricity. As a matter of fact, a heated rack is more energy-efficient than a regular space heater. Newer models use about as much energy as one lightbulb. Light up that bulb and you will have a constant supply of fresh, warm towels.
Your heated towel rail is not like your light bulbs or other electrical appliances. You will need to change them occasionally, but a heated towel rail takes a relatively long time before they ever need to be replaced. This is because they are made of high-quality material such as steel, copper, nickel and aluminium which are known to last for a long time with little to no maintenance.
Consult a Licensed Electrician in Brisbane
Not all heated towel rails are the same. If you need help with choosing the best heated towel rail or installing a towel heated rail for your bathroom in Brisbane, contact Allyn White Electrical today. With over 45 years of experience in all aspects of domestic, industrial, commercial and emergency electrical work, Allyn will be able to assist with your electrical problems in Brisbane.
For a free quote by a licensed electrician call 0416 235 641 or simply complete the online enquiry form and we will call and arrange to quote your switchboard and electrical requirements. Our charge out rate remains the same during the week, weekends and after hours, so don't hesitate to contact us today!
sources: kennerelectrics.com.au, bbk-direct.uk.com, royalbathrooms.co.uk, dcnelectrical.com.au
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