Several possibilities: has it always been this way or is this something new, in which case the unit may not be operating properly....dirty clogged filter? Low coolant? Does the air seem to be moving? If its always been this way the unit may be undersized. Is the attic properly insulated? Regardless, adding more may help.
I could be a squirrel taking refuge in your attic during the winter. Or it could be a rat.;-)
It could be a small child who may have been trapped in the attic.
If wasps got up in your attic they could hibernate over the winter in a box
There are different types of attic insulations and grades. To find out what you need go to lowes.com or homedepot.com.
If your attic is very old, then it could be risky. But otherwise you could very well do that, as summers to tend to get very hot, a fan would be nice!
It could be stored in the attic but put it in a box or a container so the dust won't cover the doll
No, the sewer gases could come out and fill the attic and the rest of the house.
Children hidden in the holocaust where hidden in the secert annex in Otto's business the annex was upstairs in his office. There was a secret door the same color as the walls and he could go in there and hide. Anne Frank and Peter Van Dann went into the attic to play too.
Yes the Silver knight could read
I have no insulation in my attic and have been told that I might be able to get a grant towards the cost of getting it done. Where could I find out more about this?
Because hot air rises. As your A/C unit kicks out cool air, that cool air makes its way downstairs, while the warm air downstairs rises to the upstairs. You could try closing a door at the top of your stairway to prevent the downstairs warm air from making it upstairs. Or try cracking an upstairs window if it is located near the ceiling to let warm air escape outside. The brute force solution is to buy more A/C units. The most efficient solution is to spend more time downstairs than upstairs.
You don't state the problem you are having, but chances are that you are nodding off and something is waking you. It could be a strange sound (attic? neighbors?), a flashing light from outside, or just being in a new place. You could change the placement of your bed to see if that makes a difference.
I'm not 100% on this, but I think the word could be LOFT.
have no idea we just got the biggest rubbermaid tub we could find and put it in the attic. have no idea we just got the biggest rubbermaid tub we could find and put it in the attic.
Don't go upstairs empty-handed!
Her claustrophobia would always kick in when she went into the attic.
attic-bee. Because he could create sweetness from his works.
You will not have flying squriles in your atic. they need nature to survive
It is best to find a professional contractor to help you with your attic ventilation. It will save you money in the long run by avoiding any future repairs that could be caused by an inexperienced workman.
If there is no air circulation between the insulation and the roof, it could get condensation, which ultimately could cause rotting.
It could be your courtesy light fuse. See my answer on horn blowing continously. It is really hard to explain what the problem is.
Most of her time in there she spent hiding away but i suppose when she could she tried to get out. If not she wrote in her diary as often as she could.
Yes, it would depend on the reference point. You would be upstairs from some people and downstairs from others.
You could find one on Amazon.com or eBay.com or if you'd rather, you could probably find one in your grandparents' attic. :)
He went through the attic AND GATE then. The AND GATE could be used as a physical gate.