Those who have already experienced it would not want to do without it - the wall heating system offers a unique experience of warmth on cold days, especially in the shower. What has to be considered for a wall heating for the shower, we have summarized below for you.
The wall heating is predestined for bathroom and shower
Basically, in damp rooms such as the bathroom wall heating offers numerous advantages. In addition, it is precisely here by wall heating mold sustainable and long-term avoided.
It is essential to observe the minimum requirements for wall heating
However, it is important to ensure that the outer wall is always equipped with wall heating. If the wall heating on other walls is needed, always a solution is to be preferred, in which other walls are equipped in addition to the outer wall with a wall heating. Why the wall heating on the outside wall is preferable, you can read here in detail.
These requirements must also be fulfilled in the shower when installing the wall heating
First of all, basic requirements must be taken into account for wall heating. In contrast to a conventional heating (convective heat) is radiated heat in the wall heating. This principle makes it necessary that important criteria are met:
- Installation preferably on the outer wall
- alternatively months outer wall and various inner walls
- good insulation behind the wall heating
- low layer thicknesses of the wall coverings (tiles, plasters) before the wall heating
Do you want the wall heating In the shower, the wall used will most likely be tiled. Therefore, pay particular attention to a high quality tempered flexible adhesive. The thermal requirements are high. Flexible adhesive prevents cracks and thus penetration of water into the tiled wall.
Connection with larger wall heaters in the shower
When installing drywall wall heating, make sure that these dry elements are suitable for a damp room. If several walls are to be fitted around the shower or in the bathroom in general with wall heating, the individual heating elements should each be connected as a single circuit. The connection itself is then made via a distributor to which all circuits are connected in series and can also be switched off individually.Tips & Tricks Connecting individual circuits for wall heating via a distributor offers some important advantages. For example, the venting of the wall heating is much easier via a distributor arranged as described.