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I have been asked for some heating options for a small toilet room,,

I guess it's 5 foot long & 2 1/2 foot wide,, and it's too small for normal radiator...it would get in the way of the door or you'd burn your leg on it:|:|

I was thinking of a 2kW down flow heater, but I am concerned about overheating the space...

What would you think?? Any other options??

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I have been asked for some heating options for a small toilet room,,

I guess it's 5 foot long & 2 1/2 foot wide,, and it's too small for normal radiator...it would get in the way of the door or you'd burn your leg on it:|:|

I was thinking of a 2kW down flow heater, but I am concerned about overheating the space...

What would you think?? Any other options??

Noz - if there is an extractor fan you won't overheat. They suck the heat out as quick as you can make it (it's all the heat we have in our bathroom!).

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Electric underfloor heating on a timer?

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Sorry, forgot to say..

Polished wooden floors & no extractor fan in the toilet!

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Sorry, forgot to say..

Polished wooden floors & no extractor fan in the toilet!

keep it cold. If there's no extractor it'll be get out as soon as you can................

:D

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what about a 120W tubular heater out of way somewhere.

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Heated Towel Rails are available from 60W (
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tubular heater on the back of the door?

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Heated Towel Rails are available from 60W (
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tubular heater on the back of the door?

:^orotfwlrotfwlrotfwlrotfwl

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Thanks for the input guys,,, I think I'll be going with a 120w tubular heater.

and maybe a :coat

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what about a frost watched type heater? just a thought

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