Towelrads / Pisa Electric Heated Towel Rails

A brand we’ve been stocking for a long time now, Pisa is one of our favourites here at Trade Radiators. Whether you’re shopping for an electric towel rail for the first time or are looking to update an old model with a new radiator that packs a punch in the heating department, shop the current range and see if the right towel rail is here for you.

When should you choose a Pisa electric radiator?

Pisa makes fantastic towel rails for all heating systems, and their electric rails are no different. If you need an electric rail for a spare room or a space that would be just too expensive to get adapted for your existing heating system, the simple plug-in solutions on this page will work for you.

You should choose a Pisa electric radiator when you want a no-fuss solution to heating a room.

What size Pisa electric radiator should I get?

We have over 100 different sizes and styles in stock that would work in any space. Rails range from 600mm to 1800mm high, so you’ll be able to find a towel rail that fits anything from the downstairs toilet that has low walls to a renovated bathroom with space to breathe (and heat).

Some rails are up to 1000mm wide. If you have limited height but enough wall space, then something like the Pisa 800x1000mm Chrome Straight Rail might work for you. 

What finishes do Pisa Electric Towel Rails come in?

Pisa has some lovely finishes on their towel rails, including:

  • Anthracite
  • White
  • Black
  • Chrome 

White and chrome are the standard colours customers use for towel rails in bathrooms, while anthracite and black are suited for contemporary rooms. Some customers purchasing rails for commercial space (like a shop or café) would benefit from the daring finish of a black rail. 

If there’s a particular finish you have in mind, don’t forget you can shop by towel rail colour and pick from other finishes like stainless steel and satin.

Which Pisa towel rail is the warmest?

All these towel rails have fantastic BTU output. The level of heat you need depends on the size of the room, so buying the biggest radiator might not be the best solution. If you don’t have a clue what BTU your space needs, use our heating calculator, which can help you narrow down options.

Pisa Towelrads radiators

We are delighted to offer customers this unique range of designer electric radiators from Pisa, using the latest technology to create infrared glass radiators that can take pride of place in any room.

What is an infrared electric radiator?

Traditional radiators take in cold air from the bottom, heat it and circulate it upwards in a cycle. Infrared radiators are more direct because they generate heat (through a  glass panel) directly outwards.

It’s easiest to picture how infrared radiators work as though you’re standing outside. If you’re facing the sun, the heat is coming directly towards you. That’s how these radiators work.

Are there any benefits to having an infrared electric radiator?

With it dispersing heat directly, there’s a better chance to the ambient temperature of a room to rise equally, especially if you’re facing the radiator directly.

When should you choose a Pisa Towelrads electric radiator?

These special radiators, in our opinion, look best when installed in bedrooms, dining rooms, living rooms and spaces that use neutral or soft tones.

If you’re running an office or commercial space and want a discrete solution to electric heating options, you can ditch a plug-in heater in place of this range.

What size Pisa Towelrads electric radiator should I get?

The majority of Pisa Towelrads we have in stock are 600mm high and range from 600mm to 1400mm wide. It all depends on what space you have and what size would look the best.

Where can I hang Pisa Towelrads electric radiators?

Due to their unique look, you have more freedom when it comes to installation. Most customers will put them just above skirting boards like a traditional installation, but it is becoming something of a trend to hang them midway on walls and give yourself more floor space.

It can also work to hang them higher up a wall in a room like an open plan kitchen beside a dining table, where usually anyone sitting down would be prone to hitting the radiator when moving around.

Find the right electric radiator you’re your space  

Want to see what other designer names we have in stock? Shop the range of electric towel rails here, and check out some of the other fantastic brands (also electric) we have in stock just now.

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