Ceiling fan in a master bath?
When we were selecting options for our new home, I mentioned to the lighting/fan vendor that I wanted a ceiling fan in the master bath. I guess it's an age thing, but I tend to get very overheated when getting ready in the morning, especially when using my hair dryer. Anyway, he looked at me like I was crazy, so did the electrical contractor. I know there are ceiling fans meant for damp areas, so why did they react that way? It's not a small room so that wasn't an issue. They strongly discouraged me, so I let it go and now I use a regular fan on my countertop. What do you think about a ceiling fan in a master bath? Is it crazy?