Many people would agree that summer is the best time of the year and that it’s something they look forward to throughout the colder seasons. And it’s true – summer is great! You can spend time outside without freezing to death, you don’t need to wear ten layers of clothes when you leave your house, and you can eat as much ice cream as you want.

Part of why summer is so great is, of course, the warm temperatures. But sometimes, too much of a good thing really does exist. One of the not-so-great parts of summer is the really hot days where you can’t escape the heat, no matter what you do. Luckily, there are ways to cool your house down on these extremely hot days, and we’re here to share them.

Fans

Nothing screams summer like a nice cool breeze. And if nature isn’t providing you with that breeze, you can create it yourself by using a fan. Fans are a great way to cool your house down because there are so many options

You can get a ceiling fan that forms part of your decorations, or a portable fan that you can take with you as you move from room to room. Another alternative is to get a whole house fan.

Aircons

Aircons are one of the quickest and most efficient ways to cool down your house. Plus, unlike with many other cooling methods, you can choose the exact temperature you want. However, they can be quite expensive and high in energy usage, so you need to be sure that it’s something you want.

Keep in mind that an aircon can also cause your allergies to worsen, so you might want to try some of these tips. If you’ll only use the aircon once in a blue moon, it might not be worth the investment, but if you regularly get hot summer days, it could be a good idea.

Let in a breeze

Sometimes, we don’t want to use aircons or fans. This could be for many reasons – maybe you don’t like the noise, or you don’t want to use electricity. Luckily, there is a natural option.

By letting in a breeze, you can let nature cool down your house. Of course, there will need to be some form of a breeze in order for you to do this. When using an aircon or fan, it’s recommended to keep your windows and doors closed, but now we’re telling you to open them all as wide as possible. If you’re worried about your safety with open doors, you can get security bars.

Make small changes

Finally, a few small changes can help cool your house down during summer. For example, switching to lighter bedsheets in summer will help you stay cool at night. It’s recommended that you regularly upgrade your bedding anyway, so this is the perfect excuse.

You should also pack away any heavy rugs so that your floor doesn’t gather as much heat. Tiled floors will help keep your house wonderfully cool.

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