Cooling Down A House With No Attic.
Hi guys, first time here, so I want to thank you in advance for all your help...
Here's my situation, I live in Fremont, CA and I'm planning to buy the house I'm currently renting, but there's a problem, the house is "extremely hot" during the summer. It is 95 degrees inside. The house doesn't have an attic, it's a flat roof. When looking up to the ceiling, one can see the beams,etc and my wife happens to like that about the house. So, how can I fix the heat problem? In the winter, of course, the house is very cold. I have the suspicion that the house lacks insulation as well, but I can't tell. The floor is cement, litterally, the owners basically glued a layer of film that gives the floor a "wood floor" look to it, but it's not. I'm mentioning this, just in case in has anything to do with it. If the price of the house is right, I'll buyt it, but considering the cost of the solutions I'm looking for. I don't plan to do it all by myself either. Thanks.
Posted Tue, 12/11/2012 - 12:03
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