Planning a loft conversion and wondering how to heat it in style? You’ve come to the right place!
Having a loft conversion is ideal when you want to take full advantage of the space available, add value or function to your home, however with this it also creates a new large space that needs heating.
You may be thinking that your loft won’t need heating as heat rises and surely it’ll be too hot up there? Well, that might be the case for the Caribbean but in the UK our winters are deceiving. It may surprise you that even on a warmer day loft conversions can generally be one of the coldest rooms in the house, despite how well insulated they are.
So by ensuring you have the perfect radiator fitted gives you a heating option that won’t affect the rest of your home.
At Heating Style we have a complete range of stylish designer radiators that’d be perfect for your loft, not just because they’re a source of heat but because they also play an important role in the overall look and feel of your room. We also stock a range of stylish Space Saving Radiators which are ideal for small or awkward spaces - which is why they can be an ideal choice for your loft!
If you need help deciding the power output you require to heat your loft, you can use our BTU calculator UK to help you figure this out.
A great, modern choice for new loft conversions is our Terma Ribbon HSD Radiator which is a high quality freestanding, highly efficient heating solution. The best part is, it is a low but wide model which can be just 190 or 290mm high. Making it perfect for your loft conversion when wall height and space is minimum.
Another popular choice that combines style and functionality is our Accuro Korle Excel Luxury Designer Radiator. Again, if your loft conversion doesn’t have much wall space or height, this is perfect as it is only 300mm high and it can be positioned wherever you would like.
Another option which may be cheaper than extending your plumbing would be to install an electric radiator, or install one of our electric radiator elements into a radiator (electric elements will only work in certain radiators, contact us if you need to query this).
A radiator may be a necessity, but they can also be an accessory as we discovered in our recent blog post – ‘Welcome to the new world of radiator design’
Why not speak to us today if you have a room that needs heating, and you need some inspiration?