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Bathroom Radiators

Heat up your towels and rescue your energy bills - explore over 2,000 bathroom radiators. With towel rail radiators designed for enhanced heating and energy efficiency, your bath routine will get the upgrade it deserves. 

Choose UK Radiators for top quality, competitive prices, luxury finishes, the widest range of sizes and BTU ratings. When you need warmth that won’t burn through your budget, our energy-efficient bathroom towel rails have you covered.

Shop now for free and fast UK delivery on all orders. Need more time to pay? We now offer Klarna. 

Premium bathroom radiators: Toasty towels, hot savings

Make every morning a cosy one with a luxury bathroom radiator.  Whether you want to connect your towel rail to the central heating or want something that works independently (or both!),  there’s something for everyone. Take your pick from electric radiators and dual-fuel towel rails.

Built to last: Our bathroom towel radiators are manufactured using the highest quality steel, cast iron and aluminium, providing long-lasting durability and heat.

Enhanced aesthetics: The sleek horizontal lines of our designer radiators add a hint of elegance to any bathroom. Create a modern setting and choose from a range of styles. From luxury matt black to shiny chrome. 

All sizes: Fit your new towel rail without hassle - our expansive range features all sizes from 200mm to 1000mm in width and 491mm to 1800mm in height. 

Overwhelmed with choice? Not sure which option is right for you? You’re in good hands. We have 30 years of collective experience at your disposal, and we’re here to provide impartial heating advice around suitable solutions for your boiler, budget and lifestyle.  

Don’t let choosing the right bathroom radiator stress you out, turn to our heating experts for guidance.

 

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Bathroom Radiators FAQs

The type of heating system you have installed will determine which towel rail is right for your boiler.

If you have a conventional hot water heating system, choose a dual fuel rail for the most efficient solution. They connect to your central heating and electricity, so you can use them even when your heating is turned off. 

Alternatively, electric-only bathroom radiators heat independently and are easy to install.

If you’ve chosen a style and size, it’s important to know what the BTU (British Thermal Unit) output is for your home.

Dont worry, it’s not difficul to workout when you use our BTU calculator! This metric works out how much heat is required to effectively heat and maintain the temperature in a room. If you choose a radiator with a lower output than the BTU of your room, you run the risk of sky-high energy bills.

Use our simple calculator to find your BTU to help you shop for the correct towel rail. Contact us for hep if you need additional advice.

It depends on the type of heated towel rail you choose. An electric-only towel rail's primary function is to dry and warm towels. Whilst they do provide some heat, their BTU output doesn’t match that of a conventional radiator.

A central heating towel radiator will dry towels and provide some heat to the room providing that the BTU output of the rail meets the rooms BTU requirement. For some bathrooms, a heated towel radiator alone won't be enough to heat the whole room. In these cases, we recommend using a heated towel radiator in conjunction with a standard radiator.

If you choose a central heating towel rail, they will generally turn on when the heating is switched on. These speciality radiators don’t typically cost a lot to run, but the answer depends on personal preference and the type of unit you have.

An electric towel rail can be switched on (or programmed, depending on the model) and off as and when you need it.

A dual fuel towel rail can be used as a central heating towel rail in the colder months, and an electric towel rail in the summer.