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A heated tile floor provides luxury underfoot while a towel taken from a heated towel rail is equally indulgent

Pampering touch

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Sometimes the small creature comforts bring us the most pleasure. The feeling of heated tiles under bare feet or of a warm towel on your shoulders are two good examples. However, enjoying these luxuries on a daily basis doesn't have to come with a huge price tag.

Warmup Heating Systems offers underfloor heating systems and contemporary heated towel rails that make time spent in the bathroom a pampering experience, says director Paul Fielding.

"Under-tile heating is easily achieved and offers an economic heating option," says Fielding. "As well as providing luxury underfoot, the system eliminates dampness – leaving bathrooms filled with clean air and radiant warmth."

In terms of efficiency, Warmup's underfloor heating systems are laid directly under tiles, avoiding intermediary heat loss. User-friendly thermostats provide seven-day, fully programmable control over your heating.

The system can be laid by Warmup's own trained installers, or a do-it-yourself kitset is available with straightforward instructions.

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"Heated towel rails also provide maximum comfort from a modest outlay," he says. "Our latest Styleline and Tranquillity ranges offer warmth, energy efficiency and contemporary design."

Both ranges are manufactured in 100% stainless steel, hand-polished to a mirror finish.

"In terms of reliability and safety, the towel rails have a double-insulated, resistant heating element," says Fielding. "All our bathroom products are made to the highest standards. The under-tile heating and the Styleline and Tranquillity heated towel rail ranges all offer extended guarantees."

For details, contact Warmup Heating Systems, Copsey Business Park, 20 Copsey Place, Avondale, freephone 0800 927 687, fax (09) 820 7090. Email: info@warmup.co.nz, website:www.warmup.co.nz .

First published date: 18 January 2006

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