Written by Lee Wyatt (last updated July 29, 2019)
If you don't have air conditioning in your home, then being inside during the summer months can easily, and quickly, become an intolerable situation. Even if you do have air conditioning, the rising cost of your energy bills can just as easily become unbearable. So, how do you go about cooling down a hot room if you aren't blessed with either unlimited resources, or air conditioning? The answer is both physical and psychological. Through a few small changes to both your physical dwelling, and your psychological outlook, you are going to have no problem in cooling down a hot room.
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