Buying a Heated Towel Rack
How will your Heated Towel Rack be used?
1 – Central Heating Towel Rack
2 – Electric Towel Rack
3 – Dual Fuel Towel Rack
Where to install a Heated Towel Rack
- The layout and shape of your bathroom, en-suite, cloakroom or kitchen.
- The dimensions of that specific area.
- Your existing pipework.
- Pipes, doors and existing bathroom fixtures and fittings (toilet, sink, bathtub etc.)
- Whether you select a plumbed, electric or dual fuel towel rack.
- The size of component you prefer or require.
Where to hang a Heated Towel Rack
NOTE: There are several ratings that can dictate how close your component can be placed to a water source. So make sure you check specifications of all appliances before buying. If you aren’t 100 per cent confident in your assessment, ask the opinion of a professional.
Will a Heated Towel Rack Heat my Bathroom?
What Size Heated Towel Rack do I need?
Towel Racks for a small space and big family
Towel Racks for a Cloakroom or En-Suite
Kitchen Towel Racks
What material for my Towel Rack?
Selecting the right Heated Towel Rack finish
Chrome Heated Towel Racks
White Heated Towel Racks
Anthracite Heated Towel Racks
Silver Heated Towel Racks
Traditional Towel Racks
Modern Towel Racks
Can I install my own Heated Towel Rack?
How much will it cost to have a Heated Towel Rack installed professionally?
For the installation of a conventional heated towel rack, you can expect to pay –
- Between $270 and $420 for labor
- Between $200 and $300 for the component
To install an electric towel rack, you’ll be charged –
- Around $270 for labor
- Between $200 and $270 for the appliance
And to fit a dual fuel heated towel rack, you’ll probably have to part with –
- Between $400 and $700 for labor
- Between $200 and $300 for the towel warmer
NOTE: A good way to reduce the cost of your towel rack installation is to purchase the appliance yourself and pay only for the labor to fit it.