Transform your bathroom into a cosy sanctuary with our affordable range of bathroom radiators. Whether you prefer an old-fashioned charm or a modern touch, our radiators effortlessly enhance the style of your space. Indulge in luxury without compromise with our exclusive collection of designer bathroom radiators. Crafted to perfection, our range includes water-fed heated towel rails, oil-filled radiators, and electrical towel radiators, ensuring both warmth and elegance in every corner of your bathroom.

From sleek flat panel designs to timeless column radiators, our range offers a diverse selection to suit every aesthetic preference. Whether you prefer the classic elegance of column radiators, the space-saving benefits of vertical and horizontal radiators, or the bold statement of anthracite radiators or the timeless versatility of white radiators, we have the perfect option to complement your bathroom decor.

Key specifications of our designer bathroom radiators include efficient heating capabilities, rapid warm-up times, and adjustable temperature settings, providing you with comfort and convenience all year round. Whether you're looking to create a cosy atmosphere or dry your towels quickly, our radiators deliver exceptional performance.

For smaller bathroom spaces, we offer compact radiators that maximise heat output without compromising on style. Choose from wall-mounted or floor-mounted options to optimise space and enhance the functionality of your bathroom.

Maintenance is a breeze with our easy-to-clean radiators, requiring minimal upkeep to keep them looking pristine. With simple wipe-downs, you can maintain their lustre and keep your bathroom looking immaculate.

Enhance the aesthetics of your bathroom with our range of accessories, including straight valves and angled valves, designed to complement your chosen radiator seamlessly. Whether you prefer a contemporary or traditional look, our valves add the perfect finishing touch to your bathroom decor.

Browse through our range or give us a call on +44 3333 445932 to discuss your needs.

Radiators for Your Home from JT Spas

Types of Towel Rail Radiators

  1. Electric Towel Radiators: These radiators operate independently from the central heating system and are powered by electricity. They are ideal for bathrooms where installing or connecting to the central heating system is not feasible. Electric towel radiators often come with programmable timers and thermostatic controls for efficient energy usage.
  2. Hydronic Towel Radiators: Also known as water-fed towel radiators, these units are connected to the central heating system and use hot water to provide warmth. Hydronic towel radiators offer consistent heating and can be integrated into existing radiator setups. They are an excellent choice for bathrooms with access to the central heating system.
  3. Dual-Fuel Towel Radiators: These radiators offer versatility by allowing users to switch between electric and hydronic heating modes. Dual-fuel towel radiators can be connected to the central heating system but also have an electric heating element for standalone operation. This flexibility enables users to heat their towels electrically during warmer months when the central heating system is not in use.
  4. Oil-Filled Radiators: These radiators contain a reservoir of thermally conductive oil, which is heated using an electric heating element. The oil retains heat efficiently, allowing the radiator to continue emitting warmth even after the heating element is turned off. Oil-filled radiators are known for their silent operation and consistent heat output. They are suitable for providing steady warmth in smaller spaces, such as bathrooms, bedrooms, or home offices.
  5. Ladder Towel Radiators: Ladder towel radiators feature horizontal bars arranged in a ladder-like configuration, providing ample space for hanging towels. These radiators combine functionality with style, offering both heating and towel drying capabilities. Ladder towel radiators are available in straight and curved designs to suit different bathroom layouts.
  6. Column Radiators: Column radiators are characterized by their vertical columns or sections, which contain tubes through which hot water or steam flows to emit heat. These radiators typically have a classic, traditional design and are often found in period properties or homes with vintage decor. Column radiators are available in various heights and widths, allowing for flexibility in installation and fitting different space requirements. They offer excellent heat output and are suitable for larger rooms or areas that require consistent heating.
  7. Vertical Radiators: Vertical radiators have a tall and narrow design, with heat-emitting panels arranged vertically from top to bottom. They are ideal for rooms with limited wall space or unconventional layouts, as they occupy less horizontal space compared to horizontal radiators. Vertical radiators provide efficient heating while maximizing floor space, making them suitable for narrow corridors, alcoves, or rooms with tall ceilings. These radiators come in a variety of styles and finishes, from sleek and minimalist designs to decorative and ornate options, offering versatility to complement various interior decor styles.
  8. Horizontal Radiators: Horizontal radiators, as the name suggests, have a wide and low-profile design, with heat-emitting panels arranged horizontally from side to side. They are suitable for rooms with ample wall space, such as living rooms, bedrooms, or large bathrooms, where the width of the radiator can be accommodated. Horizontal radiators offer efficient heating and can be installed under windows or along walls to maximize space utilization. These radiators come in various styles and finishes, including flat panels, tubular models, and designer options, catering to different aesthetic preferences and interior design themes.
  9. Anthracite and White Radiators: offer distinct visual impact and functional benefits, allowing homeowners to choose the option that best suits their design preferences and decor vision.
    • Anthracite Radiators: feature a striking dark grey or black colour, adding a touch of contemporary sophistication to any space. These radiators make a bold statement, creating a focal point in modern interiors. Anthracite radiators are ideal for those looking to add depth and contrast to their decor, offering a sleek and stylish alternative to traditional white radiators. They blend seamlessly with minimalist or industrial design themes, providing a chic and dramatic backdrop to complement a range of interior styles. Anthracite radiators not only enhance the visual appeal of a room but also provide efficient heating, ensuring both form and function.
    • White Radiators: In contrast, white radiators offer a timeless and versatile aesthetic that complements any decor style. Their clean and understated appearance makes them a popular choice for both traditional and contemporary interiors. White radiators create a sense of openness and brightness in a room, making smaller spaces feel larger and more inviting. They seamlessly integrate into any colour scheme, providing a neutral backdrop that allows other elements of the decor to stand out. White radiators are perfect for those seeking a classic and harmonious look, offering a versatile heating solution that enhances the overall ambiance of the space.
  10. Designer Radiators: Designer towel radiators are crafted with aesthetics in mind, featuring unique shapes, finishes, and embellishments to enhance the visual appeal of the bathroom. These radiators serve as statement pieces, adding a touch of luxury and sophistication to the space. Designer towel radiators are available in a wide range of styles, from traditional to contemporary, allowing homeowners to express their personal taste.

When selecting a radiator for your bathroom, understanding the BTU rating is essential as it helps determine the radiator's heating efficiency and suitability for your space.

BTU stands for British Thermal Unit, which is a unit of measurement used to quantify heat energy. In the context of radiators and heating systems, BTU is commonly used to measure the heating capacity or output of a radiator. It represents the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit.

The BTU rating of a radiator is influenced by factors such as its size, design, and material composition.

To calculate the BTU requirement for your bathroom, factors such as the size of the room, insulation levels, and desired temperature need to be considered. Once you have determined the required BTU output, you can select a radiator with an appropriate BTU rating to ensure efficient heating.

Additionally, understanding the power requirements of radiators is crucial for installation and operation. Electrical towel radiators, for example, require a power source to operate their heating elements. It's essential to ensure that your bathroom's electrical system can accommodate the power requirements of the radiator you choose.

FAQs about Towel Rail Radiators

What are the benefits of using towel rail radiators in the bathroom?

Towel rail radiators not only provide warmth but also serve as a convenient place to hang and dry towels, keeping them warm and fluffy for after-bath use. Additionally, they add a stylish and functional element to the bathroom decor.

How do I choose the right size towel rail radiator for my bathroom?

Consider the size of your bathroom and the heat output required to adequately warm the space. Larger bathrooms may require towel rail radiators with higher heat output, while smaller bathrooms may suffice with compact radiators.

Can towel rail radiators be used as the primary heat source in the bathroom?

Yes, towel rail radiators can be used as the primary heat source in the bathroom, especially in smaller spaces. However, in larger bathrooms or colder climates, they may need to be supplemented with additional heating sources.

What are the different types of towel rail radiators available, and how do they differ in terms of heating methods?

There are various types of towel rail radiators available, including electric, hydronic, and dual-fuel options. Electric radiators operate independently, while hydronic radiators are connected to the central heating system. Dual-fuel radiators offer the flexibility of both electric and hydronic heating methods.

Are towel rail radiators suitable for both traditional and modern bathroom designs?

Yes, towel rail radiators come in a range of designs and finishes to suit different bathroom styles, including traditional and modern. Options such as flat panel and ladder radiators offer versatility to complement various decor themes.

How can I reduce the running costs of towel rail radiators in my UK home?

To reduce running costs, consider investing in energy-efficient towel rail radiators with features such as programmable timers and thermostatic controls. Additionally, ensure proper insulation and use the radiator only when needed to minimise energy consumption.

How do towel rail radiators compare in terms of energy consumption to other heating options commonly used in UK bathrooms?

Towel rail radiators generally have lower energy consumption compared to traditional heating options such as radiators or underfloor heating. However, the specific energy efficiency depends on factors such as radiator type, size, and usage patterns.

What is the difference between angled and straight valves for radiators?

Angled valves have an L-shaped design, allowing the pipes to connect to the radiator at a 90-degree angle. Straight valves, on the other hand, have a linear design, with the pipes connecting to the radiator in a straight line.

When should I use angled valves for radiators?

Angled valves are typically used when the pipes come out from the wall or floor at an angle, such as when the radiator is positioned beneath a window or in a corner.

When should I use straight valves for radiators?

Straight valves are used when the pipes come out vertically from the floor or horizontally from the wall, such as when the radiator is positioned along a straight wall.

Are there any aesthetic considerations when choosing between angled and straight valves?

While both angled and straight valves offer functionality, some homeowners may prefer one over the other based on aesthetic considerations. Angled valves may be more discreet and visually appealing when the pipes come out at an angle, while straight valves may offer a cleaner and more streamlined look when the pipes come out vertically or horizontally.

What Does Bleeding a Radiator Mean?

Any radiator that uses water or steam to distribute heat can develop air pockets over time, affecting its performance. Therefore, bleeding is necessary for all types of radiators to ensure efficient heating. Whether it's a standard central heating radiator or a towel rail radiator, the presence of trapped air can hinder proper circulation of hot water or steam, leading to cold spots and reduced heating effectiveness.

Bleeding the radiator involves using a radiator key or screwdriver to open the bleed valve, allowing the trapped air to escape. This helps restore the radiator's efficiency and ensures optimal heating throughout the room.