Central Heating Question

How do you avoid unsightly pipework when fitting a radiator/heated towel rail when bathroom floor is concrete

2 Answers

Best Answer

Floor need to be chase for access to pipework, then reroute to suite new towel rail and then repair the screed. Perfectly will be if use chrome plated cooper pipes.
You can also run pipes under the floor and then into wall, so you will finish only with rad hang on the wall and the pipes will be almost invisible.

Answered 24th Jan 2012

Provini Trades

Member since 10 Mar 2010

Imo sharon you can't beat pipes coming out of walls . But it would mean a amount of wall chasing to be done . But towel rads are usually mounted a good height off the floor so out of wall works well . If the pipes are still a little unsightly then use pipe wraps to suit radiator colour and pipe covers to go around the pipes where they come out of the walls .
Thanks Paul woodcock

Answered 25th Jan 2012

Apex lofts

Member since 25 Jan 2012

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