Your bathroom is a unique part of your home that has unique needs. As well las finding the right aesthetic style, choosing the right type of heating for your new relaxation space is essential. With humid air, small spaces and specific heating needs, it’s worth considering something different to your just your standard central heating. Don’t worry though, you have plenty of options to choose from and the bathroom experts at David Love to help you out.
A luxurious and well-deserved treat for all who bathe, shower or just enter barefoot, underfloor heating heats the room from the bottom up. Eliminating cold bathroom tiles and maintaining a even distribution of heat throughout the room, underfloor heating is a popular way to heat the room.
A way to save space in smaller spaces, you don’t need the room to fit heaters to the wall – freeing up space to get more out of your new bathroom. Giving you a consistent heating solution, the upmarket underfloor heating option can be hooked up to your central heating or use electric systems to work.
Heated Towel Rails
A popular choice, and one commonly seen in most UK homes, the heated towel rail is a classic choice. Often with a chrome finish, the heated towel rail can come in a range of different styles to suit the design of your entire bathroom while giving you a place to put your towels.
Keep your towel nice and toasty on your heated towel rail before stepping out of the bath or shower and keep the room well heated at the same time. It really is the best of both worlds.
Panel heaters a modern way to heat your bathroom using your central heating. A bathroom is a unique and specially designed room, and a radiator is often out of place in the aesthetic that you choose.
Panel heaters solve this problem flawlessly while also allowing you to save space by placing them vertically rather than horizontally. With a range of finishes and often made out of robust and long-lasting steel, your panel heater will blend in seamlessly with your contemporary design, adding value and providing much-needed warmth on those winter nights.
Most of the options for your bathroom heating can either be connected to the central heating and work by utilizing heated water, or they can be electric. Electric heaters offer on-demand heating that heats up more quickly and could potentially save you money in the long run.
With a simple on and off switch connected to the panel heater, towel rail or underfloor heating system, you decide when you want it to be on and you don’t have to wait around for ages until it’s warm enough to disrobe.
Trust David Love Bathrooms to help you heat your bathroom with the best choice for you. We can install almost any heating system you want and are always happy to help answer any questions you have. Our affordable, personalized service ensures that your installation goes off without a hitch, with made-to-last service quality and knowledgeable engineers.