Bathroom heat lamps are great for adding some extra heat
whenever it is you need it, like on cold morning, instead of turn up the
central air. This could warm up the room if on long enough, it will heat the
room over time but it wasnít made to heat the room only people. If you will
like to heat the room I will recommend an electric ceiling or wall heater. Bulb
heater put out heat and light so you donít want your master bathroom glowing
With our without an exhaust fan: Most heat lamps come
with an exhaust fan but not all of them. Please make sure you select the
correct model for your bathroom. For example an 80 CFM Exhaust fan is made for
a 80 square foot room or smaller. The heat lamp be large enough but the fan
could be undersized for your large bathroom
lamp should be in a flat ceiling, in location where you will be standing as you
dry yourself off or where you will step out of the shower or tub. Bathroom heat lamps are ceiling
mounted and should not be installed for less than six feet height. They should
also not be installed directly above the shower OR no closer than 10 inches for
a vertical surface like a wall. Please donít
place them right above a shower of tub for code reasons.
Sound: The bulb are silent but the exhaust fan still make
some noise, check the SONES for each
models sound rating.
The heat lamps come with a 1 to 4 year warranty based on
the manufacture. Some even come with the combination of fluorescent light bulbs
or exhaust ventilation fans or both. These supplemental heaters can not only be
placed in bathrooms but anywhere else where you find comfortable to use them.
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