The bathroom our children use is almost constantly cold. Now that it’s become incredibly chilly outside, I’ve begun to notice it when I go in their to scrub on the weekends. At first, I thought maybe there was a problem with the room itself. I checked the baseboard radiator, but felt the heat coming out just fine, so the Heating, Ventilation, plus A/C plan particularly wasn’t the problem here. Then I checked the window, expecting to assume a draft which indicated the gaskets for the window were poor or perhaps the whole window itself had suffered from a shoddy install. Neither of these happened either. I felt no cold air coming out of the window at all, it was slim plus solid… Determined to find the source of the cold air, I went online plus did some digging. Only then did I solve the problem, plus it was so obvious I should have seen it coming from the start, however its something I’ve also never thought about before. The vent hood in the bathroom doesn’t just suck up moisture in the air, but in the process it sucks up the tepid air, particularly the air in home that’s been warmed up by the oil boiler. It may not seem appreciate these little vents can do much, but apparently you’re only supposed to leave them on for 20 minutes. An hour of a vent hood running can suck up all of the tepid air in our house! So this weekend I’m buying a current switch for the bathroom vent that is a timer, so the people I was with and I can make sure it constantly turns off promptly.