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Welcome to ADIGE Towel Radiators Blog which is updated by our experienced team on a regular basis. As well as offering you a wide range of products, we also wish to communicate in real time with our web site visitors and customers.

 

Here you will find useful information on towel radiators and heated towel rails, ask questions about our products & services and get prompt answers to your queries.

 

With over 14 years of experience in our field, this blog is our perfect solution to share this hard earned and gained experience in the world of heated towel rails. We have plenty of How to Guides, tips and general advice on home improvements, bathroom renovations, heat requirements and designer towel radiators.

 

You may find these great posts and articles by following the links under popular blog tags or by following the links under blog archive. For your convenience below are the direct links to those 10 most recent posts.

 

 
Dual Fuel Towel Radiator Usage Tips

Just like any other electrical equipment, using your heating element also requires your attention. First and most important issue is to get it installed by a qualified and competent installer. No offence to anyone but not all qualified are competent and not all competent are qualified! So, a little homework to find the right person to the job is very important.

Few weeks ago we have covered the correct way of using a dual fuel towel radiator. Now let’s look at the consequences of not following ...

How to Install a Towel Radiator as Electric Use Only ?

Most properties in the UK have central heating systems in place and more and more home owners are replacing their standard panel radiators in their bathrooms with towel radiators. If you already have a central heating in place and have an existing radiator in your bathroom, it is quite a straight forward job to replace these radiators with a brand new shiny, polished and an eye catching towel radiator.

But what if you live in a flat? What if your property does not have gas supply? What if you d...