This really depends on what sort of heating the house already has. Most modern homes now have gas fired central heating and radiators throughout. These have the benefit of fast heat-up and being economical to run.
However if your home uses electric heating, you are going to need to fit an electric heater into your new kitchen too.
There are a variety of different heater styles available, which range from simple panel heaters to complex storage heating systems.
It might be possible to heat the room simply using electric plinth heaters. These blow warm air out around the base of the kitchen which then rises and warms the room.
Another option, if you are having tiled flooring in your kitchen is to have electric underfloor heating. This is economical and designed to be used fairly continuously. Think of it as background heating.
If you do intend on having electric underfloor heating then this can mean some careful planning is required. The surface of the floor needs to be level.
Imperfections can require rectifying with liquid screed
before being suitable for the delicate electric underfloor heating mat.
Usually electric heating of any kind will need a dedicated circuit installing. This is why it is important to plan and consider at the start of your kitchen project.
During our previous kitchen electrical installations in Wakefield, we have come across a number of jobs where proper planning of circuits has paid dividends further down the line.