Why should I buy a Towel Warmers Plus towel warmer?
We feel so confident in our product quality, that we have guaranteed our towel warmers to keep looking good for a minimum of 10 years. The heat elements are guaranteed for 2 years, which is twice as long as most of our competitors.
Can I install a towel warmer at the cottage?
Our towel warmers are factory filled with unique oil based solution that has both corrosion prevention and anti-freeze properties. This makes our towel warmers appealing for seasonal properties like cottages or hunt camps which may not have any heating or are not heated through the winter months.
What uses are there for towel warmers?
Of course we know they’re used to hang towels on to keep warm prior to use, as well as drying towels and fluffing them up after use. Towels will not have to be washed as frequently while using a heated towel warmer which saves you water and energy. Towel warmers have been used in European homes for many years as a source of heat to keep the home warm as well as prevent mildew and mould problems. They can be used for drying wet or damp cloths like bathing suits or hanging your bathrobe on it to keep it dry and warm. In winter wet mitts and scarves as well as snow pants and coats can be dried in a fraction of the time it would normally take.
Where can I install a towel warmer?
They can be installed in just about any place that is sheltered where heat and warmth are needed. The most common place for people to install towel warmers are in bathrooms. Other places such as Kitchens, laundry rooms, mudrooms, pool houses, cottages and boathouses are also becoming popular.
What is the difference between a dry element and an oil filled towel warmer?
We don't use dry element technology in our towel warmers, as we believe in only offering the best money can buy. Our towel warmers will not only heat your towel, but a room too, unlike a dry element towel warmer.
How long does it take for my towel warmer to get hot?
Whether you use our hard wire option or plug in your towel warmer, the system will need a short time for the radiator to warm up. As our elements work like a kitchen kettle, it can take between 20 and 30 minutes to reach optimum working temperature. It is ideal to use a timer, which can be fitted at the switch, to turn on the radiator earlier and get it up to temperature prior to use.