You can find several floor heating products that are certified safe for use in shower floors. But like any other area of your house, there are several factors to consider before finally deciding to install a floor heating. Radiant heat can be quite costly, especially if your goal is to give your entire home a major upgrade. You also have to consider whether you’ll continue or discontinue using carpets as floor heating is not as effective as it’s supposed to be when under materials like carpet. If you’d like to keep your carpets, installing floor heating might not be the best insulation option for you.
Concerning the safety of the process, remember that regardless of which area in the house you’re planning to have floor heating installed, you must have knowledge of electrical work. In your case, the bathroom, you have to know where exactly to install the mat. Knowing the anatomy of your floor, where to locate the copper pan, and subfloor is just one part of the entire process. It’s best to leave the job in the hands of an expert electrician in Hertfordshire from CW Electrical who has been installing heating systems in homes for several years.