If that bedroom is on the outside of the building facing North or West, that
explain the cooler temperatures. Check the windows there and be sure they are
insulated enough. If you don't already have them, try adding thermopane
Check the temperature at the bedroom vents vs. the other rooms to see if there
loses of heat coming into the room. If that room is furthest from the heat
might try more insulation on that feed.
Where is this room located in relation to let's say a garage, a porch,
a crawl space, etc.
Holmes-On-Homes recently did an episode about a cold room above a
garage in a fairly new home. It turned out that there were huge gaps in
the insulation between the main house and the garage allowing cold air
to get into the joist area above the garage and make the room above
Considering looking for the root cause of the chill as opposed to just
pumping in more heat.
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