I have an upstairs bathroom that is over my garage and in the winter it is very cold. I have had extra insulation blown into the space above the garage below the bathroom, but it is still colder than the rest of my upstairs. To compound the problem, the heating duct is mounted high on the wall and does not seem to be blowing very warm air into the bathroom when the furnace is running. Any ideas on how to get the bathroom warmer? BTW, I use a space heater plugged into an outlet by the sink, but am not happy to have the heater sitting in the middle of the bathroom floor in order to keep it from getting wet.
Some extra information. 2 story home with basement and forced air gas heat with separate zone for 1st and 2nd floor, large bathroom with vaulted ceiling. We use a setback thermostat with overnight temp at 62 which starts rising to 68 2 hours before we get up in the morning.
Any help or ideas appreciated!