Howdy, I live in Okinawa, Japan. It is warm here, but my place is an 'old house' built for Americans. It is "CONCRETE"...(cinder block) to be more specific. Currently, it is always cold in here (house), I speculate that when summer comes it will be like a furnace. Any ideas to conserve what heat we get during the day? The tricky part...what I can do is limited by city ordinance, so I'm looking at any ideas. I believe the solution will be simple, but I ain't figured it out yet. In the U.S., this is a cakewalk, here it's a little more complicated.
'old house' - ungrounded outlets
- 208 plugs outdated
- all plumbing and water nozzles are 1/2"
That's old. Thanks for any ideas.