1. Keep Windows Closed
Keeping windows closed can ensure hot air from outdoors doesn’t slip inside your home. You should also keep the blinds or curtains closed around noon as light can transfer some heat as well. A combination of closed windows with blinds will help reduce indoor air temperature considerably.
2. Ceiling Fans
These are found in homes all over the world and most people don’t realize just how beneficial the devices can be. Most fans can spin clockwise or counterclockwise. The clockwise setting is ideal for winters as it allows proper distribution of heat. Counterclockwise spin is ideal for summers as it can help cool a house down. You can also install table fans for a more direct breeze.
3. Replace Lights
Halogen, incandescent, and even CFL lights emit a certain amount of heat. If you keep a room well-lit with many small or big bulbs, it’s temperature will rise noticeably. That’s why replacing all lights with LED helps. LED emits almost no heat so it doesn’t influence a room’s temperature. These bulbs also consume less energy and can be very bright. If you are concerned about energy bills generated by OKC HVAC, this is a good way to achieve it.
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