No Heat or Air in Bathroom

Like I said earlier, the only thing I can do to prevent this is leave the door open

I moved into what I thought was going to be my dream apartment. I had just moved to a new city and I found an apartment that was in a desirable area with a lot of things to do. I searched for several weeks for the perfect place to stay and I was thrilled when I finally found this one. The location was so good that I overlooked one major thing about the apartment. The apartment didn’t have central heat and air. Instead, there were three ductless mini split units that controlled the temperature of the whole place. There was one ductless unit in the main living room and kitchen area, one in the guest bedroom, and one in the primary bedroom. I will admit that these three ductless mini split units do a great job at keeping these rooms temperature controlled, but I wish there was one more mini split unit. You see, my apartment has a split bathroom with the toilet in it’s own room and the shower and sink in the other. Normally, this is fine, but for me, this means there’s’ no heat and air in those areas. Thankfully there are fans for ventilation, but that’s it. Whenever I use the bathroom, I can’t close the door without it getting too hot. I didn’t think it would be a big deal, but it’s proven to be a challenge. If I’m in there too long, there’s a lack of oxygen and it gets difficult to breathe. Like I said earlier, the only thing I can do to prevent this is leave the door open. Thankfully, I live alone.


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