There are a few possible reasons, so it's hard to answer definitively without knowing the particulars of your house. For instance, you don't mention whether you have air conditioning and, if so, what type. Having said that, the most likely cause for a wide temperature range between the two levels is bad insulation. If your house is a Cape Cod-style dwelling or a split-level where the second floor has little or no attic above it, it may be chronically hot in summer (and cold in winter) because the living area is directly below the sun-drenched roof. If there is an attic above it, it may be poorly insulated or ventilated, or both. Make sure you have plenty of insulation placed on the attic floor, and ensure there are adequate fans and vents to keep the attic temps down to reasonable levels. There should be at least one exhaust fan and two vents, one on each side of the house, or in the soffits. Keeping the attic from overheating will not only make the second deck more comfortable, it will prolong the life of the roof. The insulation in the attic will also help keep the second floor warm in winter.
first of all, the attic is closer to the sun.
moreover, the atmospheric level is very low in the basement ( radiant heat barely reaches the basement)
next, the higher the air gets the less oxygen there is in the air. so high air level is always warm
also, the cold air is more dense and sinks, warm air rises.
last, the cold air in the basement heats up and rises as warm air in the attic cools and sinks.
There are a variety of factors to account for outside that aren't present inside. For example, the sun will make you warmer outside even at the same temperate that is inside. Other factors include the humidity and wind.
1) it's underground
2) sunlight can't get through
3) warm air flows up
When heat forms, it rises to the top and stays there.
Warm air is less dense and tends to rise, cool air is more dense and tends to sink due to the process called convection.
Heat has a tendency to rise
The lowest doesn't get much heat or light .
The reason is quite simple. Your water pipes are under your house, condo, apartment, etc. the higher up you use the water the lower the water pressure, because it uses more pressure to move the water up to the 2nd floor than to the first thus weakening the stream of water.
Not often, it is really hard the get it spinning on carpet, you basicly have to spin on wood floor or a table top.
same as the bottom
The house is warmer on top because heat rises.
total floor area exclude basement (for parking) and roof top area.
IN SILTH CO: at top floor IN GAMBLING BASEMENT: at bottem floor IN VIRIDIAN GYM: at end of hallway
Normally when a basement is poured, there are no provisions for putting a roof on top of it. Structurally, it isn't a problem to build a basement larger than the main floor. But if you don't build on top of it, you have a major issue to deal with. You will need to determine how you will keep ground water, critters, dirt, etc from entering the basement from the uncovered side and coming into your home. If you properly seal the top of the uncovered side of the basement, I don't think you will have any problems.
Because heat rises, and conversely, cold falls. Heat on the floor will rise and warm the whole house, not just the upper level. Air conditioning will fall and cool the whole house, not just the basement.
raise and elevate
You can purchase an LED dance floor for a basement online from the DHGate website. Once on the page, type "LED Dance Floor" into the search field at the top and press enter to bring up the items.
Go to Build Mode, then find the little icons with house images on them. There will be two of these buttons, one on top of the other. The top one will lead you to the floor above and the bottom one will lead you back down to the main floor or to the basement if you have one. Anyway, click on the top house image and it will bring you to the top floor. First, get rid of the roof for the moment so you can place things upstairs, then build rooms and walls upstairs and add flooring and wallpaper. Then, you can rebuild the roof and you will have an upstairs. Hope that helped. :/
Above the top floor of your house and under the roof.
Heat has a tendency to rise
Usually with a piece of insulation fitted between the joist, top of the foundationand the floor.
Ernie and Bert live in an apartment in the basement, Gordon, Susan, and their son, Myles live on the first floor, and Maria, Luis, and Gabi live on the second/top floor.