Step out of the bath and scoop up a toasty towel from your newly installed towel radiator!
With varied shapes and sizes to choose from, they’re often space-saving and can look much more attractive than a standard radiator, becoming a feature of your bathroom.
Follow our guide to the materials you need for the job, how to prepare your bathroom before work begins and the installation process.
Ideally, your new towel radiator will replace the identical space of your former radiator. This way, there’s no need for the hassle of draining your system, or taking up your flooring and skirting boards. Simply turn off your heating and isolate your old radiator before removing it from the wall. Your new towel radiator will connect to the existing pipework.
If you purchase a new chrome towel radiator and you want chrome pipes to match, you will need to drain the current system before you make the necessary changes.
Top tip: Before mounting your new radiator, check that the wall brackets are sturdy enough to hold the weight of your new towel radiator when filled with water.
If you’re connecting a towel radiator to the current pipework:
If you’re connecting new pipework to your towel radiator:
Now installation is complete, you can heat your bathroom and warm your towels at the same time. Be sure to only clean your towel rail using warm, soapy water – don’t use any products that could damage the finish.