A heated towel rail keeps towels warm and dries them more quickly than air-drying. Towels that are dried quickly are less likely to smell musty and reduce the amount of moisture built up in the bathroom. Warm towels are a luxury in the winter when it is chilly after getting out of the shower. Install a heated towel rail in a location where there is plenty of room around the towel rail for ventilation, and that is close to a ground-fault interrupted (GFI) electrical socket.
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Things you need
- Tape measure
- Mounting hardware
- Heated towel rail
Place the mounting hardware on the heated towel rail.
Hold the towel rail in position against the wall where you plan to install it.
Place a level on top of the towel rail and adjust the rail until it is level.
Mark the location of the mounting hardware with a pencil by lightly tracing around the mounting hardware.
Place the towel rail on the floor and remove the mounting hardware.
Position the mounting hardware in the outline on the wall and attach with screws using a screwdriver.
Place the towel bar on the mounting hardware.
Plug the unit into an outlet.
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