Heating Buyer's Guide

No one wants to emerge from a relaxing soak in the bath or a refreshing morning shower into a freezing cold bathroom. That’s why you’ll need a bathroom heater to keep your room (and your towels) toasty and warm – ideally one that’s stylish, practical and doesn’t impose on the space in your room. Not sure where to start? We’ve got all the information you need here in our bathroom heating buyer’s guide.

What do I need to know about bathroom heating before I buy?

The bathroom is quite unlike most other rooms in the home as it has different requirements when it comes to keeping warm; it is usually damp and humid, we are often undressed in there, it is the first place we visit when we get up in the mornings, and it is smaller than other spaces in the home. All these factors - and more - make for some very specific heating requirements.

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I want to know everything about... bathroom radiators

Bathroom radiators come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, materials and types and it can be difficult to know what to choose. The decision to purchase a particular type of bathroom radiator takes into account personal taste, budget, space considerations, safety, timescale for installation, energy efficiency and many other factors. 

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I want to know everything about... bathroom towel radiators

Nothing could be more luxurious than stepping out of the bath or shower and wrapping up in a warm, fluffy towel. This comforting feeling, along with the fact that towel rails can also operate as a cost-effective heater for the whole bathroom, means that they’re fast becoming a popular choice in the UK.

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Bathroom Heating what other fittings will I need?

When it comes to choosing your bathroom heating solution, there are a whole host of decisions and choices to be made to ensure you get the right heating system for your bathroom. Once you have decided on a heating system for your space, there are a handful of other fittings you’ll need to purchase alongside the system itself. 


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What radiator should I buy for a small bathroom?

The bathroom is often the smallest room in the house, which is why layout and space-saving design tricks can help to make the very best use of the space. Limited space is particularly the case with second bathrooms, such as an ensuite in the master bedroom, a downstairs bathroom or a guest bathroom. 

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Bathroom Heating jargon buster

We know that not everyone is as passionate about bathroom heating as we are, so to save you puzzling over any terms, check out our jargon buster which explains any terms which may be unfamiliar.

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