Save electricity during the summer

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Posted by admin on May 19, 2020
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Summer is here and electricity consumption is something that concerns us all for a variety of reasons including finance and environmental impact.

Depending on the area you live in and the materials with which your home is built, the ambient temperature varies, therefore we recommend you look for the type of ventilation suitable for your needs.

Remember that is also depends on the location of each area of your home. Some rooms will remain ventilated simply by opening doors and windows, while those where the sun’s rays enter directly may be more difficult to maintain a pleasant temperature.

A fan could suffice in common, spacious areas where the sun doesn’t hit directly. In addition to not wasting a lot of electricity, ceiling fans are easy to install, and as there are multiple designs, they are yet another accessory for home décor.

At the time when the sun enters most forcefully, it is recommended to keep curtains or blinds closed, as this measure can decrease the temperature up to 10 degrees Celsius.

Fill a bowl with ice and place it at an angle in front of the fan so that the air circulates over the ice. The current of air will come out fresh and much more pleasant.

Undoubtedly, for areas where the temperature rises to more than 28-30 degrees Celsius, air conditioners are indispensable electronics. Mini-splits are the most recommended, for their energy saving and fast cooling system. Plus the technology is so advanced that there are highly saving models, as well as smart models that you can turn on before you get home through mobile apps, in order to arrive and find a pleasant climate in your home.

Remember it is also important to take care of the temperature inside the home, even if you have air conditioning, using the oven will raise the temperature of the house. It is time to take advantage and have a meal in your yard, with a carne asada or a burger on the grill.

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