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Beating the Summer Heat with Simple Cooling Tips for Your Home

By Runwal Group Posted On Feb 01, 2021
Category Residential properties

In many Indian cities like Mumbai and Delhi, the summer heat breaks its previous temperature records almost every year and becomes even more severe. The heat causes annoying issues like tanning and sweating and many serious health issues as well. When it comes to cooling our home in the intense heat of summer, AC is the only thing we use and prefer for instant cooling.

Staying in a room without air conditioning becomes difficult for most people. Daily usage of AC in the summer season results in a high electricity bill. However, there are many other simple and effective methods to cool the interior without using AC. In this article, you will get to know tips to beat the summer heat this year without paying a heavy AC bill.

Some of the best home cooling tips include:

1. Insulating walls

Insulating walls

Insulating walls in the summer is one of the most effective ways to beat the heat. Insulation delays heat movement between two spaces and creates the air and vapour barrier, restricting moisture circulation.

Wall insulation limits heat passing through the walls, especially in the attic, and traps the cool air in the interior. With solid wall insulation, you can save lots of money and have a cool home in the summers.

2. Adding plants

Adding plants

Indoor plants are a natural and beneficial way to improve the home's air quality and get rid of overheating in the summer. As plants lose water during transpiration, it makes the air around them cool and fresh. Plants improve the oxygen level and absorb the carbon dioxide from the air and help to bring down the air temperature. Adding plants in the home will enhance the quality of air in the interior and add to the home decor.

3. Maintain AC temperature

Maintain AC temperature

Maintaining consistent AC temperature will help you save energy and result in a low electricity bill. Changing the temperature of air conditioning frequently should be avoided.

4. Adjusting thermostat

Adjusting thermostat

In the daytime, Setting the thermostat at 76°f or higher and increasing the degree at night or when nobody is in the home will provide you with cool air and save energy and money.

5. Using ceiling fans

Using ceiling fans

Using a ceiling fan is the most common and effective way to beat the heat in the home. This will not provide you with the desired temperature like air conditioning but help you get rid of irritating hot air. Using fans in multiple rooms in the home is a good alternative to air conditioning.

Conclusion

You can use the home cooling tips mentioned above or buy an apartment where you do not have to worry about the hot weather. Orchid at Runwal Forests is the best project to purchase flats in Kanjurmarg with a green surrounding, soothing ambience, incredible amenities at an affordable and attractive price. The greenery near this project makes the environment toxic-free and fresh. Schedule your visit today to experience the amazing surroundings and luxurious apartments.

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