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Sunroom needs heating

When I moved to the South I expected that I would never be frigid again. I grew up in Northern IL and had been pretty accustomed to miserably frigid weather for half of the year. Moving down to the South, I laughed when I thought of winter time. The winter season here barely gets down to 40 degrees and it rarely snows. In my book, that doesn’t constitute winter at all. It’s more like a prolonged Springtime. I was so gleeful to live anywhere that it was warm. I expected that I never have to see a traditional forced air heating system again… but I completely forgot about the sunroom linked to my house. When I purchased this home, one of the major selling points was the sunroom linked to the back. I cherish the idea of resting in a four season room with a great view of the backyard. I wanted to set up my office in this breezy, fresh and appealing outdoor feature. The only problem was, in the summer time the sunlight room heated up to about a hundred degrees every afternoon. I had installed a small A/C window unit to combat this issue, but it only helped so much. Once winter started to settle in, I realized that the sunroom was absolutely way too frigid to utilize. I hadn’t considered needing to buy a boiler for any part of my house. I entirely hadn’t thought of the burning hot sunlight room needing extra heat. I don’t want to leave the room unoccupied for the next six months, so I will be calling out my trusted Heating as well as A/C professional for help with my heating problem. Hopefully my nice friend and I can install a easy satellite heating system to make my sunroom toasty moderate all winter long.

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