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How to Keep Your Sunroom Cool During the Summer Heat

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Energy efficiency in a sunroom is vital if you want to enjoy the room throughout the summer.

Do you want to learn more about energy efficiency so you can keep your sunroom cool during the summer months? There’s nothing better than relaxing on a warm day in a sunroom. However, if you’re not careful, you’ll find yourself sweating instead of relaxing. Keeping a sunroom cool doesn’t have to cost you a fortune or waste a lot of energy. To get the most out of your sunroom this summer, be sure to follow these easy tips.

Add a Ductless Air Conditioner

While many homes have central air conditioners, sunrooms usually do not. Instead, you need to install a ductless air conditioner in the room. Not only do these AC units work wonders, but they also require less energy to operate than a central system. Choose a model that is large enough to cool the entire sunroom.

Take Advantage of Vents

Open any vents in the room to help circulate the air. If the room doesn’t have air vents, consider hiring an HVAC specialist to install a few. The more vents in the room, the more airflow you’ll create. This is one of the easiest ways to keep temperatures under control without using excessive energy.

Open the Windows

A sunroom isn’t complete without plenty of windows. These windows let in lots of sunlight, giving the room its name. When the room gets too warm, open a few of the windows. Open windows create more airflow and ventilation. Windows work the best when there is a steady breeze outside. Even better, windows don’t require any energy to use.

If the temperature inside your sunroom gets too hot, you need to know how to cool it down quickly. The team at H.H. Hovey Heating and Cooling wants to help you create a comfortable room that you can enjoy all summer long. Contact us to learn how you can keep your sunroom cool while increasing your home’s energy efficiency at the same time.

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