So I would just have to use a snake and pull the appropriate wire through? Would this cost appx $500-$1000 if I hired a electrician?
Same with my home. Its 2-3 degrees cooler in the master bedroom than the main floor. The other rooms upstairs are 1-2 degrees cooler. An hvac tech suggested to install an inline fan in the master bdrm's duct, but would have to cut some drywall.
Ive been using a small heater in the master and its doing its job.
It's not unheard of to have heat loss like this in a master bedroom, especially if its above a garage. Think about it, in that scneario, you have 3 regions where heat loss can occur; roof, exterior walls, and the floor if its over a garage. I realize heat travels up, but your floor is above an unheated space so that will make a difference.
Compare that to a main floor, your only heat loss is really through the exterior walls. The basement below is heated/insulated, and the second floor above you is heated and insulated as well. That's why they've made a change to Part 9 of the code this year, accounting for this. Wall/floor/roof assemblies require overal effective r-values for the entire assembly, that takes into account joist/wall stud/truss spacing, as well as the other materials. Where as before, you could stuff r20 in the walls and you were good to go.
I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )
[Mar 31 23:03:18] Basil:Dan go outside without your pants and let your beef curtains flap around in the wind like a windsock
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