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Let’s face it, the summer heat is here and no one likes to be hot!
But there are some ways you can stay cool while still enjoying your home. Here are a few tips for keeping your room cool this summer:
1) Close curtains or blinds on both windows to keep out sunlight during the day.
2) Use screens that fit snugly in open windows to let air circulate at night (and close them when the sun comes up).
3) Hang wet sheets in front of open windows at night (or use an inexpensive automatic misting fan).
In addition to these three tips, here are a few other ways you can stay cool:
Run the AC when it’s too hot. Remember that this is an energy hog – use sparingly!
Keep your shades drawn during the day and open them at night so cold air will flow in from outside (remember to close again before sunrise).
Fill buckets with ice water or place bowls of ice cubes on windowsills overnight. This works best for single-story buildings where there’s no obstruction blocking airflow between rooms; if you live in a multi-level home make sure to leave space under doorways for warm air to escape. If possible, position potted plants near exterior walls they’ll help Have you ever wondered why your room is so hot? It may seem like a simple question, but it’s actually something that needs to be addressed.
What could be making your room feel warmer than usual?
Here are some explanations for what could be making your room feel warmer than usual: If the weather outside has been unusually warm and humid lately, then this can affect how much heat comes into the house through windows and doors that aren’t properly closed or sealed. This causes air conditioning systems to work harder in order to keep up with cool indoor temperatures. If there’s not enough insulation in your attic area (which provides natural cooling), then this makes matters worse by trapping more heat inside when it gets too hot outside. The way you’re using electrical devices such as lights.