As 2013 gets into full swing, one of the bigger remodeling trends for bathrooms is installing for efficiency and safety. Starting from the floor up, people want bathrooms full of convenience, safe features and low utility costs. The first place to start is literally the floor.
One of the main design trends for bath re-modelers is incorporating a ceramic tile floor laid diagonally with ceramic tile base molding. Placing an electric radiant floor heating system underneath the tiling is one of the ways to meet the safety and efficiency standards people desire. If you’re going to remodel a bathroom, you want the very best, and radiant floor heating is the best. It’s a great feeling to step into the bathroom and a warm floor early in the morning or in the middle of the night.
You’ll keep the utility costs down by not expending as much heat into the bathroom. As we pointed out before, the safety of a radiant floor heating system translates to not having to wear socks in the bathroom either. You’ll be able to avoid slipping and falling with socks on.
According to Remodelers Magazine, “Measured against stabilizing house values, bathroom remodeling projects are increasing as bathrooms are one room that everyone uses multiple times in a given day.” As more people remodel their bathrooms, the more people are looking for radiant floor heating systems. One of the benefits of using Pexheat for a radiant floor systems is we will create a free project material estimate for you. There is no purchase required, no deposit, and no obligations of any kind.
Post by Brian Whitehurst