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Winter is on the horizon and there is nothing quite like getting your blanket and curling up on the sofa. However, you should also think about keeping warm in the kitchen. This room gets cold just like every other part of the home. It can be even worse if you have tile flooring. Since you will be spending so much time there, it is crucial that you keep it inviting and comfortable. The trouble with radiators is that they often don’t fit the overall design and end up wasting space. There are other possibilities though.
Using underfloor heating
The one we would like to discuss is underfloor heating. This is a popular approach since it does not interrupt the room’s aesthetics. Moreover, you can evenly distribute the warmth. Surprisingly, with this kind of heating you also don’t lose much warmth. Not to mention, you can free up the walls since you don’t need to hang a radiator. You can use the space for accessories, furniture or extra cabinetry.
Start thinking early
Underfloor heating is something you must think about during the early phases of kitchen planning. It is unable to go under appliances or cabinets. Due to the concentration of heat, everything above can warm up. This can damage the appliances and cabinetry in addition to what is inside.
How it works
This form of heating typically functions in one of two ways. These are electric mats and hot water systems. The latter utilises water from your central heating system. With the former, cables link to open-weave mesh mats that you lay across the floor.
Choose the right heating for bespoke kitchens
At Wood & Wisdom, we are capable of meeting the exact specifications of our clients. Our attention to detail helps us to achieve this goal. In addition, when we are creating any piece of joinery, we only use the finest materials.