Energy Tips for House Cooling
Did you know you can save energy and money with few simple house cooling energy tips?
Passive house cooling is the least expensive means of cooling a home in both financial and environmental terms. Passive house cooling keeps heat from building up in the first place in your home and circulates air to generate a feeling of coolness. Every summer we spend hundreds of dollars on energy bills to keep our homes cool during hot days. But try these passive energy saving house cooling tips to cool off your home and keep money in your pocket
Energy Efficient Air Conditioning Unit: If you must use air conditioning to get through the hottest parts of the day make sure you’re using the most efficient A/C unit available to you
Air circulation in your home: Open windows and vents in the home for a better house cooling and air circulation. Opening vents on all levels and on both sides of the home allows air to flow through, creating a ventilating breeze. Fans don’t use much electricity and can help reduce the need for air conditioning.
Insulation: Having good insulation is important to your home comfort. Insulating your attic and walls efficiently can help to keep your home cooler in summer and hotter in winter.
Draw the curtains and blinds: Draw your blinds or drapes during the day to keep the hot sun out.
Humidity issue: Humid home feels hotter and uncomfortable. First of all, ventilate. Especially the areas that create moisture, like the kitchen and bathroom. When vent fans are present, make sure to turn them on and leave them on longer for a better house cooling.
Turn energy appliances off if not using: Appliances and home electronics use a lot of power and give off heat. During the summer, it’s more important than ever to turn them off when you aren’t using them. You’ll save energy twice
To learn more about energy efficient air conditioning and house cooling call us today at 647-847-2998 and one of our friendly specialist will be happy to assist you. You can also request free in home estimate by submitting our online request form.