As our current economic climate is in a state of uncertainty, many people who were previously thinking of moving house have now delayed the prospect. Instead, they are turning to refurbishing as a way of increasing their house's value. The bathroom is always seen as an attractive selling point, and seems like a good first choice for refurbishing plans.
One of the items that is becoming quite popular as a 'must have' in the bathroom is a towel warmer. However, it is important to note that if you are going to site a towel warmer over the bath, where it may also be subject to frequent exposure to steam from showers and baths, it's essential to take the quality of the radiator at least as seriously as it looks.
In other words, do not just be fooled by the looks. As a consumer, naturally we are pulled towards those things that are aesthetically pleasing to the eye. However, your short-lived happiness will soon fade months later once you see that it is rusty and leaking.
Do not be quick to just settle for a quick cheap bargain. You will be better off knowing you have a reliable ten year guarantee that can pull you through the hard times. Understandable you may have to spend more than you initially intended, however the long-term quality assurance will make your spending far more worth it.
As an installer you probably would not like being called back again due to a faulty appliance. It would be much better for you and your reputation to want referrals to new customers from a satisfied client. You may be excellent at what you do, however if your product lets you down, then that will not be good. A disgruntled customer is more likely to tell their friends about their unhappy experience rather than a good one.
It is important to note that the towel warmer is one of the items in the house that actually needs to be of high quality even when its not switched on. The towel warmer will be hosting damp towels on a regular basis and the bathroom will get steamy from baths and showers. This is why it is essential that the basic construction be of an excellent quality, so you do not face problems afterwards.
You should also bear in mind that not all the radiators are the same, and you cannot turn a horizontal model on its side and call it vertical. This would not be a good solution. If a radiator is initially manufactured as a vertical model it will give better heat performance and will last in better condition in the long term.
To conclude, the consumer should always remember that whichever style they choose to go for, whether it be minimalist or traditional, quality should always be the first consideration.