01:01PM | 05/01/05
Member Since: 03/14/05
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I am remodeling a bathroom and want to use a heat lamp in the ceiling for warmth but every heat lamp I look at is very plain. Can someone tell me where I might find a designer Heat Lamp for the bath?


08:07PM | 05/01/05
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
I don't think that my ceiling heat lamp does that much good. Maybe it is the bald head that is reflecting all of the heat.

Since you are redoing the bathroom I would look at putting in supplimental radiant floor heat.


11:30AM | 05/02/05
Member Since: 03/14/05
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My husband is convinced that radiant heat will cost and waste a lot of money plus we have a setback control on our house heat so if anyone takes an early morning shower the floor would not be heated up yet.....we have another bathroom in the house with a double heatlamp and it make it warm real fast. I just want something a little more jazzy for the new bath. (liked your reflecting comment)


02:30PM | 05/02/05
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
The radiant floor units can be put on a thermostat/time clock to have it read for you.

But for the heat lamps go to a large lighting store and tell tham that you want to see their commercial lines.

It ahs been a while, but I think that I remember seeing chorme ones in hotels.



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