Seven Ways to Cool Your Home Without an Air Conditioner
The United States has been hit by a very strong wave of heat. It would seem that yesterday it was comfortable, but today the air temperature has exceeded thirty. If you don't have an air conditioner, check out these seven creative ways to keep your home cool all summer long. Writes about it Fox News.
Turn on the fan
With a bowl of ice and a fan, you can create an artificial ocean breeze. Just fill a plate with ice and place it in front of a fan - turn it on and get a cool breeze.
Install ceiling fans for counterclockwise rotation.
In the summer, the fan blades must rotate counterclockwise (as you look at them) to push the air down. Increase fan speed on very hot days.
Try cooling the curtains
Sometimes open windows do not help to cool. In this case, spray cold water on the curtains. A breeze will pass through a cool cloth that will help reduce the temperature in your home.
Make your own air conditioner
You can build your own air conditioner with a fan, 3/8 copper coil, water pump, ice, cooler and plastic pipe.
Turn on the fan in the bathroom
A fan in the bathroom and a range hood in the kitchen will help push hot air out of your home.
Use insulating window films
Window films offer a host of benefits, from reduced energy costs to improved privacy. They preserve the view and light, and are able to provide up to 98% infrared heat transfer compared to unprotected windows and reduce the temperature imbalance in your home.
Buy a cooling gel pad
Use a cooling gel pillow to lower your body temperature.
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