Can anyone volunteers help me with this principle?
After seeing lots of conversions on this site and touring a Haulmark in person, I sense that conversions are designed to be sealed up, doors/windows closed so the air conditoning/ventilation system can cool the cabin or provide circulation as compared to opening many large windows and skylights for natural ventilation on mild days.
My question is: Why don't conversions have larger opening windows so more natural ventilation can occur rather than relying on a generator to operate a ventilation system?
Does one generally run the generator for ventilation at all times, part of the time, only when it's hot, only when folks are awake...?
"I have marveled often at the thin line that divides success from failure and the sudden turn that leads from apparently certain disaster to comparative safety." Ernest Shackleton, Antarctic Explorer, Sea and Land, 1874-1922.