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Old 01-29-2019, 08:51 PM   #1
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Heat lamps

Would it be okay to install a heat lamp or heat lamp/fan combo in the roof of my bathroom, which I want to set up as a wet room that includes composting toilet, sink and shower? Or is this a no-no?

I like my showers to be nuclear-level hot so I want to do everything I can do to make that room as hot as safely possible. I plan on getting a tankless water heater. Will also have a skylight to let in the sun.

Any other tips or advice?
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yea you can do it

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This may follow the dont use a blow dryer in the tub rule.
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Great, thanks!
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This may follow the dont use a blow dryer in the tub rule.
Heat lamps are made for bathrooms...
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