Ways To Keep Your Home Cool in Summer 2018
Are you already feeling the heat before you have left your home? Here are some good tips to make sure your home will stay cool during the hot summer days.
Close Blinds and Curtains
One of the easiest ways to avoid the sun heating up your home is by blocking it out. Close your blinds and curtains on any side of your home that is exposed to the sun. Furthermore, remember that this could change as the sun moves around during the day.
Avoid Ways of Making More Heat & Humidity
During the hot summer months, it may be a good idea to stop using the oven as much and opt for having something cold. Furthermore, if you are cooking cover your pans, and take quicker shows to reduce the amount of humidity in your home from steam.
Open Up Your Windows Vents
When it has been a really long hot day and the sun has started to set, it is only natural for us to want to let the cooler air into our homes. We sometimes to choose to leave our windows open during the night.
This is something that most homeowners do, so it’s very important to remember to have the security latches on. However, if your windows have trickle ventilators you can simply move them to the open position and keep your windows shut. This will allow cool air to enter your home and keep your home secure.
Use Energy Efficient Lighting
Lighting and bulbs can give off some serious heat in our homes. LED and fluorescent bulbs can generate less heat than your most common bulbs. Switching to one of these types of bulbs LED or fluorescent will make a huge difference. Furthermore, they can help to save money on energy bills.
Open Your Homes Windows To Bring In Airflow
Opening your home’s windows on two different sides of the house can create air flow throughout the house. This can result in a lovely fresh breeze entering your home. Furthermore, it is important to consider the security of your home when leaving windows open. To protect your possessions and property.
Invest In Better Glazing Choices
Does your home have air conditioning? if so double glazing and tripled glazing windows can help to keep the fresh air inside your home. Furthermore, minimizing heat transfer from the outside during the hot summer days. Solar glass can be used with most modern new window units.
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