Apr 15, 2010 6:04 pm
Probably this question asked previously but I could not find my answers in the old threads.
Been to Rheece's, TradeLink etc who both incidentally have good ranges in their web sites but I wish to see something in the flesh.
So is there a store out there - Melbourne - where one might see a good range of towel rails?
Appreciate any feed back.
Re: Towel rails - where to get?3
Apr 15, 2010 7:49 pm
Reece, Tradelink, Benton's etc should all have a reasonable range in their showrooms?
There are lots of other local small businesses, but it's no good recommending one in Sunshine if you're in Berwick. If you'd care to specify an area, maybe someone can suggest a handy showroom. Otherwise, Google is your friend.
Some clearance centres might have bathroom fittings in stock too, so look around your local area.
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Re: Towel rails - where to get?4
Apr 15, 2010 8:34 pm
I know in my showroom I have no less than 10 different makes/models on display in varying price ranges. I'm pretty sure most other plumbing stores are the same. If there is a specific range you want to see, ask you local showroom consultant who can usually communicate between stores to see if anyone else has them to see.
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Re: Towel rails - where to get?5
Apr 15, 2010 8:45 pm
Bought all our towel rails, hand towel holders, toilet roll holders etc from a guy on Ebay who was in Clayton and he delivered them all to me
There are quite a few sellers on ebay, this is the one we used -
http://home.shop.ebay.com.au/Bathroom-/ ... 11.c0.m282
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