is the most needed accessory during colder months to keep the bath area warm, comfortable and cozy for regular use.
When it comes to bathroom heater we all know that it is the needed accessory however when winter is at its full peak and the snow does not stop falling outside, this little thing does not function very well , especially if it is installed in the wrong location. For instance if your bathroom is long and narrow, you need to have it installed in the close vicinity of shower area so you can feel comfortable in there. Or it should be somewhere near mirror area so you can wash your face or do shaving without feeling cold inside. However, it is also important that heater is installed away from areas where you will use water- the unit may get damaged easily in the result of water infiltration. In fact, any high end unit may stop working well if water droplets get inside the pipes anywhere.
It is important that you get the heater installed in the right location at an appropriate angle. The most appropriate location would be few feet away from the entrance. The heat must travel to the room without any barrier, which means that their must be not be any furniture in its way or else the room temperature will stay colder or unchanged even though you keep the unit switched on for several hours. A lot of homeowners switch on the device few minutes before entering in it in order to feel comfortable, but sometimes you have to have a bath on urgent basis and you cannot really wait for the room to get some warm before you enter the tub area. Therefore, it is necessary that the heating unit you have installed in the area works efficiently, it must provide instant warmth to change the temperature inside.
Instead of opting for floor board heater you should for wall mounted units because they are good at providing heat to the area. Also the flow of heat is better through these units. There is less risk involved as well. If you are not very good into keeping the area clean or are very reckless as you enter inside, throwing your clothes here and there, there would be a proper distance between your clothes and the heater, there would not be any damage if the unit is installed at a good height and distance. In baseboard heaters, the flow of heat is good but your clothes are likely to get in contact with the fire if you throw them on the floor. It is recommended that you do not use baseboard style units if you have kids who use the same bathroom area as you.