Why Do Rooms Have Cold Spots

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It is an eerie feeling when you step into the room, walk around, and find a particular space that seems colder than the other parts of the room. Yes, this happens all the time! Whether you have the air conditioning on or not, there are certain parts of the room that seems to have its own temperature zone.

Have you considered paranormal activity is causing such circumstances? Well, the room seems to have places of different temperatures because some of the warm air escapes through the window. Yes, the window or glass door is the number one cause for such.

It Isn’t Paranormal

Increasing your home’s energy efficiency can definitely make a difference on your power bill. If your home had been built a long time ago, chances are, your windows may still have the regular type of glass; non-safety grade and non-insulated.

Regular glass is not pretty good in keeping the cold air out and the warm air in which produces cold spots in the room as a result. This in turn will make your air conditioning or heating appliance to work extra hard to maintain a certain level of temperature in the room. This makes you spend more and it is not normal.

Simple Change, Big Benefits

By simply changing your window’s glass to energy-efficient glass, you raise your standards and lower down on your power bill. Another important benefit of changing into energy-efficient glass is it is made of safety A-grade glass, and can ensure the safety of your family members and other people who may come in contact with the glass.

Eliminate cold spots in your home and keep everyone safe! Change to energy-efficient glass today. Call the name that most households in Adelaide, Fleurieu Peninsula, and Melbourne trust. Get in touch with Jim’s Glass at 131 546, and get your home the efficient and cost-effective solution to weird cold spots and huge power bills!

Phillip-Mauviel-Jims-Glass Why Do Rooms Have Cold Spots

Divisional General Manager – Jim’s Glass (Australia)
Board Member – Australian Glass & Glazing Association
President – Glass & Glazing Association of South Australia