The board structure is mounted to the wall using a base rail made of aluminium and covered by a panel measuring 2 millimetres in width, which is powder-coated. Skirting heaters are available in various models. One of which is the electrically powered model, which is supplied in various versions to produce a pleasant warmth in your living room. The wattage can be selected to match the structure/size of your room: between 125 and 575 watts.
Installing skirting heaters is very easy which makes them ideal for use in historic/listed properties. Walls do not need to be ripped out and no extensive reconstruction work is required for skirting board heaters. The electric skirting heater is connected to the room thermostat via a wireless radio control unit and switch socket, which is then used to set the desired room temperature.
To ensure optimal installation, the skirting heater selected can also be supplied in any length required.
Assembly instructions for water-fed skirting heaters
Installing skirting board heating is extremely simple and thus makes this form of heating ideal for installation in historic/listed buildings. Find out here how our water-fed skirting heaters work.
Assembly instructions for electric skirting heaters
Installing skirting board heating is extremely simple and thus makes this form of heating ideal for installation in historic/listed buildings. Find out here how our electric skirting heaters work.