If you’re renovating your bathroom, wet room or en-suite, you may be wondering whether installing underfloor heating is worth the investment. While at one time bathrooms were purely functional, these days they have taken on a home-spa ambience. More people than ever before are heading to their bathroom to unwind and relax at the end of the long day, and one way to improve your space and make it even more comfortable and welcoming is to install underfloor heating.
Floor heating doesn’t just take that unpleasant chill off your floor tiles when you step onto them in the morning but it also adds a touch of pampering luxury that’s hard to beat. Of course, there’s also another added advantage to bear in mind too – floor heating systems can even increase the value of your property.
Typically underfloor heating is installed in a bathroom, wetroom or water closet when they are being refurbished. With this in mind, the easiest method is to install a very thin electric underfloor heating system.