Constance Sampson Towel Hook September 14th, 2018 - 01:28:32
You can buy these items from a wide range of retail stores, as per your preferred design. The price range of such rails is quite wide, varying from very affordable designs, to highly expensive designer models. Towel rails made using plastic are easily available at most retail stores dealing with sanitary goods or household furnishings. You'll find metallic varieties at department stores, and retail shops selling stylish household goods. By visiting a decorative boutique or home stores, you'll find these items in a wide range of designs, made from different materials.
Fixing a towel hook is almost a cakewalk. Get a towel hook and then select a place on the wall where you want to put it up. Next check the wall with a metal pipe detector just to ensure that no water pipes or electrical lines are running beneath that particular wall. You just need to run the detector over the wall and if it passes without any beep, your wall is absolutely safe to use.
And among various things, a towel hook is integral to the bathroom decor. Besides being stylish and sleek, a towel hook is also quite functional. A major problem with other towel racks is that you will always have to keep your towel folded properly. Or else it will end up looking extremely messy. With a towel hook, this problem no longer exists. You just need to slip in the towel through the hook, and you are done! No need to fold the towels and stack them properly. And hence these hooks are extremely popular with children and also with grown ups who have very little or no patience at all.
Looking at the back of the hardware will give you another idea as to what it can handle. Some hooks have very short screws to attach them to the wall. These may not even completely go through the drywall and into anything more solid. These type of hooks are not meant to hold heavy loads.
Finally, when you're attaching hooks to the wall, you're going to be making a decision on how much they can handle. If you can just attach them to the drywall, even with anchor screws, you're still working within the weaknesses of the drywall when it comes to how load bearing the books can be. However, if you look for studs in the wall and attach the hooks to those studs, they're going to have a lot more strength and support and be able to handle much more weight.