Extra heating source in master bathroom
We are building a house and I want the master bathroom to always be at a constant temperature of about 70 degrees. We are already putting electric heated coils under the tiles, but I understand that those don't really heat the room, it just makes the floors warm. I live in the Pacific Northwest where the temperatures in the evening all year long are 40's to 50's, so even in the summer when the furnace is turned off, I still want the masterbath to be warm. Does anyone have experience with wired wall heaters with a thermostat, or a wall panel with a thermostat? I believe these can stay on all the time to a set temperature and are very cost efficient to run.