I feel a bit guilty

I’m not easily sure who is in charge of contracting as well as construction around this city, but they need to go back to university for a re-education on the issue. I’m no expert, but I’m pretty sure that homes shouldn’t be built as poorly as they are in this region if folks are entirely expected to reside in them safely. From what I’ve seen in the past year, everything around here is just backwards. It’s one thing to have a shoddy business do some shady work on your current construction project, but these homes are built wrong from the ground up. Let me tell you why. This temperature is incredibly sizzling as well as humid all year long. They consider themselves lucky if it’s under 90 degrees any given morning, as well as all the people lives in fear of the heat as well as humidity while in the long summers. That being said, for some reason all of the homes I’ve seen around here have the study rooms situated on the top floor of the house. Most of the homes have basements or a low-lying chop level, yet they preferentially choose to raise the sleeping areas up towards the heavens. Here’s why that makes no sense at all… heat rises. When you situate the study rooms on the top floor, that means heated air will be floating up from the lower levels all morning long. The sun will be pounding down on the roof, adding more heat to the mix. The a/c will remain down towards the lowest level of the location, no matter how many fans are involved to create circulation. Everyone around here is fighting physics, endlessly running their AC unit into the ground just to try to sleep at night. The only people who benefit from this stupid floorplan are the AC workers.

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