How to fix a broken hot spot in your home

It takes a lot of pressure to keep your house cool.

That pressure is the key to keeping your home cool.

But it can also be the key for getting the house up to a reasonable temperature, according to a study by researchers at the University of Southern California and The New York Times. 

“Hot spots” are the areas in your house where the temperature is below 50 degrees Fahrenheit.

They can be hot enough to burn your eyes and cause irritation and pain. 

To prevent a hot spot from developing, you can use a combination of the following: Reduce the number of hot spots on your property