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|05-07-2010, 11:19 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Heat issue in the office
I recently purchased a home that's a 1.5 story. The only room upstairs is an office. Being May, i have begin to notice that my 2 computers in the day/evening really heat up the office to the point where it's a bit uncomfortable.
about the office upstairs:
1. the whole house has a single AC unit.
2. office specifically has 1 return and 2 vents for heat/ac
3. has ceiling fan
4. room is roughly 14 x 20
5. Thermastat is downstairs and not designed to switch
An idea that i had, was to get maybe 1 or 2 bathroom fans (if i can find some silent ones) and put them on the ceiling in the office. Turn the fan on, cause a vacuum situation in the office and hopefully pull the colder air from downstairs.
I'm looking for any solution but low cost / maintenance would be my preference. I'm looking for a good way to get that nice cool air downstairs to this office.
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