Extreme temperatures in our mobile home
We live in a 27 ft. wide, 72 ft. long mobile home that is 4-1/2 years old. One end (our master bedroom and master bath is facing north. During the winter, this area is freezing (especially the bathroom), and in the summer is much hotter than the rest of the home. Does anyone know what could cause that? I've been told it's just because of the way it is facing. Is there any solution to this problem? I have 2 fairly large windows in the bedroom, and they have faux wood blinds on them that are kept closed most of the time. The bath has 2 big windows that almost meet at the front corner and surround the oversize jacuzzi type of tub. Only valances on those windows. The glass is the type you cannot see through. Anyone out there with similar issues? I would really appreciate some help with how to keep a house warm without central heat, more specifically this room if possible, thank you.
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