What is the Best Way to Keep Cool Without Installing Central A.C.? - Ask

What is the best way to keep cool without installing central air conditioning?  Dan, what do you think?

Summer is coming and many of us are looking for ways to keep cool without relying on central air conditioning. It can be costly to install and it can have a negative impact on the environment. Luckily, there are several alternatives to central air that can help you stay cool and comfortable all summer long! One of the simplest ways to stay cool is to use fans. They're not as powerful as air conditioning, but still impactful in cooling a room. You can use a ceiling fan to circulate cool air throughout a room. Or even a portable fan can provide relief on even the hottest days. Additionally, another effective way to keep cool is to use blackout curtains or blinds. They are made of thick, dark material that helps block out the sun's heat and light. By keeping your curtains or blinds closed during the day, you can prevent heat from entering your home. It will keep your space cool and comfortable. Primarily your best option is to consider a ductless mini-split air conditioner. These systems are smaller and more energy-efficient than traditional central air conditioners. They can be installed in individual rooms or zones throughout your home. MRCOOL DIY is a great option as it is America's only TRUE DIY system. Traditional air conditioning systems require professional installation. But the MRCOOL DIY system can be installed by just about anyone with basic handyman skills. This means you can save money on installation costs and have your a.c. up and running in no time! In conclusion, there are several effective ways to keep cool without installing central air conditioning. Whether you choose to use fans, blackout curtains, or a MRCOOL ductless mini-split system, taking steps to keep your home cool can help you stay comfortable and save money on energy costs this summer! Thanks, Dan!
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April Armstrong
Will this mini split work in a bonus room that's above the garage?
Rebekah Quarles
It should! Sizing will depend on the square footage of the space, as well as insulation level, climate, sun exposure, and a number of other factors.
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