We are going to get our enquite setup with under tile heating, hopefully it works well and takes care of several things at once.
I am hoping it helps to dry the towels during winter, i am hoping it helps to dry out the ensuite all year round and keep the mould at bay and i am hoping it will keep the floor warm obviously.
Can anyone report what their bathrooms are like for dust when this style of heating is fitted? I read somewhere that they reckon it helps to keep the room clean as the heat lifts the dust and it ends up getting sucked out through the exhaust fan
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We've got under-floor electric in our bathroom, have had it a couple of years. Even though it's "on" for 4-5 months of they year, doesn't seem to use as much power as one of those IXL-tastic things would if the 3 of us were to use it only when we were in the bathroom ... and how pleasant the bathroom is in our otherwise-cold 50's house is a big reason we're getting hydronic under-floor heating in the new house we're hopefully building soon.
I don't find there's any less dusting in there than I've experienced in other bathrooms in the past, unfortunately.
Oh, PS ... we are only heating about 2 square metres of floor, as we were told it's pointless to heat under showers or toilets or vanities etc; this probably affects power usage, and I believe that using electric under-floor heating for an entire house is VERY expensive electrically-speaking.
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