Concrete and air Conditioning

Back in the olden afternoons, all of us used to look for secrets for keeping cool down here in the south while I was in the summer, then nowadays, people would call our little tricks, “hacks.” If you are interested in studying some hacks about keeping cool this summer, just learn on, but first, there are the 2 oldest but best options! If you have ever wondered why so many houses are made of concrete block in our state, well, cooling is the answer, concrete block is a fabulous insulator – that means it is great at keeping the sun’s heat at bay… The point is, use the appropriate building materials when you are thinking about splitting costs on your heating and cooling, and air Conditioning, of course, is something all of us would no longer want to live without down here in the southeast, but there are still plenty of people alive who remember not having air conditioning system when they were teenagers.

If you are interested in other hacks, there are some easy things that can help you set your temperature control higher but still remain cool.

First, guess about cold your pillow. If your body acts care about a furnace at night while you are trying to sleep, a frozen pillow might help! Second, use ceiling fans. Ceiling fans don’t lower the temperature, but you can set your temperature control a little higher and still think just as cool if the ceiling fan is blowing on you. Third, employ cross ventilation, back in the afternoon, no builder worth his salt would build a cabin in our state without factoring in the ability to cross ventilate. That means, get a breeze in your house; invite it in, and allow it out the back way.

Indoor comfort business