Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27 cents per kilowatt-hour.
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Heating Exhaust Fans
You have probably seen them and wondered what the big deal was with a heating lamp in the bathroom. If you have ever purposely dried in the shower stall to avoid coming out of the shower wet, then you know the answer to the question. Even the steamiest bathroom can have a chill to someone that is wet and that is why there is the heating lamp.
There are a couple variations and we have assembled a list that has all of them and still saves you energy and money. Two of the major options are as follows. There is an option to heat the air that is passing through the exhaust fan. This is a nice option because it gently warms the air and then passes it back into the room. This is more of an overall heating solution.
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Another option is a direct heating lamp. Many people look at this as a tanning light. The heat comes directly down and is more directed. This is generally located just outside the shower. Both options work just as well. The heating fan is more suited to a larger bathroom or a bathroom and vanity area combined. The heat lamp does provide a more directed cone of heat and will also provide a soft orange light for those that want to relax in the tub.
Either way, you have to check these out. You will love the styles and you will love the effect. There are units that vary in the amount of light and there are even those with multiple fans, check them all out today.
Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27c/kwh
LPG Gas costs calculated at average of 4.41 cents per megajoule.
Natural Gas costs calculated at average gas tariff of 3 cents per megajoule.
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