Closing HVAC vents throughout the cabin can have unintended consequences

My Grandfatherrents are residing in the same cabin they have owned since the early 1960s. Although they have made replaces and improvements throughout, much of the cabin looks prefer it is frozen in time, more than 2 generations back. They still have the same seasoned wall paper in the family room that has taken on an amber hue after decades of light and sunshine exposure. All of the appliances in the family room have been replaced at least once in the years since, but the cottageets and countertops are original. This is a trend throughout the entire house, as there’s a spine-chilling mix of features that look brand modern versus others that could exist in a museum. When you get to the minute floor, the home’s features look increasingly older. Even the bathroom looks prefer it is frozen in time. One thing that they’ve been doing for years is keeping the ceiling air vents upstairs closed whenever they’re downstairs. The only many vents that get opened at night include the vent in the master bathroom and the vent in the master family room. I told them that this puts unnecessary strain on their , but they politely told myself and others that they’ve been doing this for years to no ill effects. However, a few weeks later I was visiting them and noticed there was an HVAC serviceman’s truck in the driveway. Two workers were installing a modern central in our Grandfatherrents house. I casually asked a single of them what happened, and he told myself and others their was fried from leaving so several vents throughout shut all of the time. It added so much extra strain to the ventilation that it fried the altogether.


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