The dimensions of heated towel rails generally tend to be between 600 – 1800mm in height and between 400 – 1000mm in width. Other measurements to consider are the projection (how far the towel rail sticks out from the wall) and pipe centres (the distance between the inlet and outlet pipes).
How do you attach a towel bar to tile without drilling?
Apply a small bead of glue to the back of the towel rack or mounting brackets and press them firmly into place. Do not apply too much adhesive—your product instructions should give you information on the amount you need. Quickly clean up any glue that has seeped out around the edges.
Where do you place a towel rail in a bathroom?
As a general rule, towel bars and other towel hardware should be conveniently located near each sink and bath fixture. Bars usually work best on the longest wall in the bathroom and should be as long (horizontally) as possible.
Do you need a plumber to fit a towel rail?
Installing a heated towel rail is not a particularly difficult task, however if you have no experience with DIY, plumbing or other jobs around the home, then it’s probably best to employ the services of a professional plumber.
Which is better straight or curved towel rails?
A curved towel rail also enables a larger amount of airflow through the space behind the towel rail and your bathroom wall, this enhanced airflow means your towels will dry and warm up faster than with a flat towel rail.