Bathroom heaters are designed to keep your bathroom warm during winter. With a bathroom heater combination unit, your bathroom can have lighting, heat, and a fan.
Bathrooms are the wettest room in the home, therefore prone to mould and decay if there is too much moisture buildup in addition to a lack of ventilation. If moisture is allowed to build up on bathroom surfaces, there are a variety of unhealthy bacteria that can build up in these conditions, making your bathroom unhygienic and even unhealthy. In addition, the buildup of moisture can damage the paint and potentially the bathroom fittings and fixtures. A correctly fitted exhaust fan extracts the moist air from the bathroom, preventing condensation and moisture on the bathroom surfaces. A ceiling exhaust fan also removes unwanted odours and when fitted with a heating light, provides warmth after those winter showers.
The main requirement for the installation of a bathroom heater is ensuring sufficient ceiling space above your bathroom. If you have a smaller ceiling cavity, this will need to be considered when selecting your heater combination unit.
Jim’s Electrical can provide you with a free quote to install your bathroom heater. To receive a quote from your local licensed electrician please call 131 546.