As national homebuilders have grown over the last few decades, and the standardization of design came with it, suburbs across America have taken shape with neighborhoods that bear great resemblance to one another.
With great space, great yards and great schools, what’s a family not to like about living in one of these neighborhoods?
One answer we hear time and again is a hot second floor during the summer.
With most of these homes having one centrally located heating and cooling system in a basement or garage, the second floor comfort was often overlooked within that boilerplate design that made the home cost-effective to build.
Since most homeowners aren’t keen on cutting into drywall to redesign the duct system or adding a supplemental system to the second floor, here are four tips to keep your second floor more comfortable if you live in the suburbs.
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