Comparing Wall Mounted and Freestanding Towel Warmers

Hot towels is one of the best options to freshen oneself on a snowy winter evening.Your towels will be warmed to a nice temperature in only a few minutes using a towel warmer.Towel warmers can be installed in bathrooms or near a swimming pool or home spa.The following are two of the most common types of towel warmers that one can choose from.

Wall Mounted Towel Warming Units

For bathrooms that are smaller in size, a towel warmer that can be hung on the wall will help you to conserve valuable space. The drawbacks to this type of towel warmer is that holes will have to made in the wall in order to mount the unit which may not work for someone who is renting or for someone who is only going to use the towel warmer for a few weeks in the winter. In addition, a towel warmer that is mounted has safety concerns as there are more exposed surfaces on this unit than there are on other types. For people with children, pets, or with small bathrooms, this could pose a major safety risk.

Freestanding Towel Warmer Units

You'll have to dedicate more bathroom space to a freestanding towel warmer than you would with a wall mounted one. An advantage to this type of warmer, however, is that it can be stored somewhere else when not in use. You can also move it to various bathrooms in the home when the need arises. Safety is not as much of a concern with a freestanding towel warming units as there are no exposed hot surfaces. Freestanding towel warmers are more versatile in their use as in addition to warming towels, you can also warm scarves, mittens, gloves, bathrobes, along with other smaller articles of clothing.


No comments yet.

    Sign in or sign up and post using a HubPages Network account.

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    No HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites.

    Click to Rate This Article