I'm getting ready to remodel my bathrooms, and was considering radiant floor heat in the master bath. It would be the electrical flavor, as it's not worth trying for hydronic heat for just one room. I'd only have the floor heat run for a couple of hours in the morning, and maybe another couple of hours at night. My wood stove (a FireView) is centrally located in what I think of as the main living area of the house, an large open room of about 1,000 square feet that contains the kitchen, family room, dining room, and a sun room addition. The wood stove keeps this area a comfortable 70+ degrees. When that area is 70 degrees, the master bedroom (down a short hall) is usually about 8-10 degrees cooler, so let's say 60 degrees. I'm fine with that. The master bath is several degrees cooler than that, so I run an electrical heater in there for an hour or so in the morning. Master bedroom is NE corner of the house, master bath is SE corner of the house, so they both have plenty of outside wall area. Question is, do any of you have electrical floor heat? If so, does it do much to heat the room, or is it just to keep the toes warm? Would I still end up running the space heater in the master bath?