Baby, it’s cold outside ..
Posted on November 17 2012, Bathroom Planning
|National Trust woods at Pinkneys Green Winter 2012|
When having your bathroom updated you have taken the advice of the designer at your local bathroom showroom and you have opted for underfloor heating. So you stroll into your bathroom barefoot knowing the room will be warm, and you can confidently go barefoot as you tread on the toasty warm floor.
If you have cats you will find they make their way to the warmest area in your home …
|The cat crept in – sleeping on a toasty warm floor|
|Bathroom designed and installed in Maidenhead by Soak in Style with underfloor heating
– towel warmer is located just outside the shower area
Many bathrooms in the UK are small and underfloor heating saves you valuable radiator space on a wall as well as costing you less to run than a traditional radiator. Our designers incorporate in their design a towel warmer on the wall where grabbing your towel is easy after a bath or shower.
|Towel Warmer next door to the shower in Bray bathroom designed and installed by Soak in Style|
|Wet room with Impey Luxury Wetrooms + Aqua-Dec Drainage, Aqua-Mat Underfloor Heating System + Thermostatic Timer; Wall-hung Duravit New Darling WC, Geberit WH Frame and Trend Feel + Liberty Mosaics|
Walk-in shower and wall-hung WC in bijoux Bray weekend cottage with underfloor heating.
|300mm Fixed Glass Panel 10mm thick, Duravit New Darling WH WC, Zhender Altai Spa Blue Quartz Towel Warmer|
Wall-hung WC and towel warmer in Blue Quartz.
|Catalano C3 90 1 TH Basin, Gessi Goccia Basin Mixer, unit supplied by builder|
The towel warmer is located between the shower and the basin with easy access from either location.
Underfloor heating does need to be installed by a specialist, so you need to select your installer with care.