There's nothing quite like an hydronic radiator to heat a bathroom. The circulation of hot water through metal produces radiant warmth that is hard to beat. With the rise of central heating and new trends such as floor heating, is there still a place for a radiator in the bathroom?
According to heating installer Zac Williams, the answer is yes. "There's no dust, no air circulation, there's just warmth that radiates in the room," he says. "Bathroom radiators take the moisture out of the air, dry all your towels and take the chill off the room as well."
Pellet heaters, also known as fireplace pellet stoves, are gaining popularity in Australia - but how do you know which type is best for your home? Here's a comparative review of some of the most well-known pellet stoves to help you decide.