The warm months are coming – but if you don’t have air conditioning part of you might be dreading the sunny weather.
Reader’s Digest said, “Because fans merely keep air moving around, rather than actually cooling the air, it’s best to set up your fans in windows or hallways so you can create a cross breeze that will draw in cooler air.”
You should also close the blinds when possible, use your dryer and your oven at night, and have your ceiling fans rotating counter clockwise.
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