Following an increase in demand from installers and specifiers, Heat Mat has extended its product portfolio with new wall heating systems.
Wall heating mats can be installed in bathrooms to dry towels instead of heated rails, or behind tiles in wet rooms to dry walls.
They can also be fitted as a secondary heat source to supplement an existing heating system, or to provide sole-source heating in energy efficient properties.
Heat Mat recently specified its new wall heating mats for 97 new apartments at a North East development. A wide range of mat sizes, from 0.6m2 to 11.6m2, are available.
Manufactured in Denmark, its mats are suitably tested for specific products at the company’s head office, which is based in Sussex.
Ashwyn Business Centre,
Phone: 01444 247020
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