5 Ways To Heat Up Your Winter With These Bathroom Warmers

Winter has come, and if you’re looking for ways to stay toasty and warm, especially when it comes time for the morning shower, here’s some tips to make your bathroom winter proof.

1. Warm Flooring

Depending on the budget you have, one of the simplest ways to make your cozy sensation of warmth between your toes early in the morning is to get a heated floor. Having underfloor is a great investment and one you’ll certainly be glad of every morning when you venture into the bathroom to get ready for the day ahead.

While underfloor heating can be a considerable investment, there are other ways to warm those floors in the morning including electric heaters or a nice rug. If you are looking at an electric heater though, be sure to get a qualified electrician to fit it.

2. Infrared Heating

Infrared bathroom heaters are becoming more and more popular due to its energy saving properties but also due to the healthy and comfortable room climate infrared-C rays provides. Conventional connection heaters heat up the air causing it to circulate and rise to the ceiling. Infrared heaters instead heat up your body evenly.

4. Heated Towel Rails

Get your towels nice and warm for the morning with a heated towel rail. Again, this is a recommended investment in for your home, and with the radiators set on a timer you can look forward to warm towels to greet you in the morning. There’s nothing quite like stepping out of the shower into a nice warm towel on a cold, winter morning. Heated towel rails are a fantastic luxury item for the bathroom, but they're not designed to heat up the entire bathroom. The main feature is simply to warm up your towels, with the added bonus of looking luxurious.

However installation of these towel rails requires the utmost precision – with forethought a must. Always make sure you've got some of your own research or experience under your belt before you start.

5. Don’t Become a DIY Disaster

Mixing electrics and moisture is a very dangerous game; so make sure you enlist the help of a qualified renovator and tradespeople before playing with these heating options. Don’t risk it if you don’t know it. Contact us today and explore how you can keep your bathroom warmer, this winter.