The common question is usually, “How much heat will I need?” This depends on the room size and the heat output on different radiators varies. If you choose a radiator with a higher heat output this will work as it can always be adjusted and turned down to suit. This option is far better than having a radiator which doesn’t generate enough heat for the space. When you want to know the heat output needed for your bathroom speak with an installer to calculate the BTU requirement. The surface area of the radiator determines the heat output so basically the bigger the surface the more heat.
Designer bathroom radiators can usually be installed vertically or horizontally so keep this is mind if your bathroom is smaller and will benefit from this. Electric only radiators are another alternative; these are filled with an electrical inhibitor solution and come with a required heating element. Electric radiators are great if there is no direct access to the water supply.
Dual Fuel radiators are also popular options for many UK bathrooms; this means if your main central heating system is not on you can still have the single radiator operating on its own in one room using the electrical supply. Radiator valves are key components when it comes to the installation of the bathroom radiator there are many styles from traditional to contemporary to suit the overall bathroom theme.