by Lee Wyatt
(last updated May 30, 2016)
While warm weather can be nice, when it starts to get too hot it can quickly become miserable in most homes. Most people would simply turn on the air conditioning, and not worry about it. However, air conditioning tends to be more than a tad expensive. Here are a few methods that you can use to naturally cool your home, and thus reduce the overall cost of your energy bills.
There are literally dozens, if not hundreds, of other methods that a homeowner can use to cool their home. That being said there are only a couple of limits to being able to naturally cool your home. The first is your imagination, if you can think of it you can do it. The second is that if you are looking to naturally cool your home you will need to avoid using any kind of mechanics or machines directly. After all, you are trying to limit or lowering your energy bill—not add to it.
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