Here at Rutland Radiators we often find clients reach out to us whilst in the process of trying to decide whether to install a radiator or heated towel rail in their new bathroom.
Whilst towel warmers and radiators both throw out heat, due to their reduced surface area, towel warmers traditionally emit less heat. However, if a bathroom is either small or medium sized, a heated towel rail of the right proportions should be sufficient to heat the area.
Of course, it should also be considered that a towel rail typically is a more attractive alternative to a standard radiator. Particularly when you consider the range of interesting finishes available from Rutland Radiators.
In addition to this, for smaller bathrooms, due to their design being principally based around tubing, towel rails can be less overbearing and make a room feel larger than if you used an alternative radiator.
A key element in the decision making process should not just be the dimensions and proportions of the room, but also how you intend to use either the radiator or heated towel rail.
If you think that you would like your bathroom to be warm on a summers morning prior to showering without having the entire central heating system turned on, a heated towel rail would probably be better.
The dual fuel option available for heated towel rails at Rutland Radiators gives clients the flexibility of having their heated towel warmer connected to the central heating, as well as with an electric element so that it can be independently operated.
In conclusion, towel rails can throw out enough heat for both small and medium sized bathrooms. In addition, the heating options available mean they can offer flexibility and their design is comfortable in an array of spaces no matter the dimensions or style.
If you are looking for a heated towel rail, why not give our friendly office team a call on 01252 790 464, or alternatively, email email@example.com.