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Old 26.11.2020, 11:01
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Re: living below the roof

Look at how the hot air will rise and whether that inevitably makes the bedrooms warm or not.

We have a full height sloping ceiling in the main part of the house which channels the rising heat into the bedrooms, but even so if we keep the doors closed and open windows at night it is bearable. Or we sleep in the basement for a night or two.

Almost all houses have the bedrooms at the top, so I don't think that specifically is a criteria for choosing.

ps. it's almost more of a problem in winter, when I want the lower living rooms warm but the bedrooms cooler.
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