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Lofts in Houston, TX
The inside of a loft is a lot different than the inside of an apartment. It’s like comparing a ninja to a samurai, completely different folks. In a loft, the floors are wood or stained concrete and the walls are usually made of brick as opposed to drywall in an apartment. Both of these attributes contribute to a different living experience. Vacant Houston Loft apartments will be cooler inside than an apartment because the concrete and brick actually trap the cold air and allow for proper circulation. The drywall in apartments is porous so some of the air that’s suppose to be recirculated back into the room escapes. What does all this mean for your electric bill? Lofts stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. This makes life easier for your heating and cooling units and saves you money on your utility bill. On the other hand, apartments have less of an echo than lofts in Houston. When you walk into a vacant loft you will notice that everything echoes because there is nothing to absorb the noise and all the different sounds bounce off the wood floors, concrete and brick. Nearly all apartments are carpeted and the carpet alone will cancel out the echos. What people don’t realize is that once you add furniture, rugs, decorations, and wall hangings to a loft it also counteracts the echos. If you’re interested in renting a Houston loft send an e-mail to an apartment ninja at Info@ApartmentNinjas.com for more information.
By Adam Shrum