More and More People Are Using This Trick for Cooling Down the Apartment

    More and More People Are Using This Trick for Cooling Down the Apartment

    10:46 AM EDT, May 29, 2024

    In summer, high temperatures can be so unpleasant that we will instinctively seek shelter in our home. But even in his case, it is worth ensuring that its interior is cool. How to cool the apartment in hot weather?

    Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot...

    According to many people, the easiest way to cool down an apartment is to install an air conditioner in the house and use it to the max. The snag is that not everyone can financially afford it. Installing air conditioning alone is expensive, especially if you want to have it in the whole house, not just one room. The cost of using this type of equipment is also high. Moreover, there are people who, for health or various other reasons, do not want to use such a solution.

    So what is a viable alternative that, in addition, will be as cheap as possible for our wallets? There are a few effective ways, but one in particular has become very popular this summer. It may surprise you a little at first, but once you know what it's all about, you may be one of those people who becomes a big fan.


    How to Cool Your Apartment in Hot Weather - This Way Costs Ridiculously Little Money

    This season it is becoming very popular to use … thermal blankets. They can be purchased in virtually any pharmacy, as well as in many specialized online stores and on sites like Amazon. The cheapest are like 22USD for a pack of 10. These are suitable and possible to use for cooling the apartment. But, you are probably wondering what can you really do with it ?

    How Does It Work?

    Well, many people put thermal blankets on their windows - silver side out. By doing so, they ensure not only a shaded interior, in which it is much more pleasant to stay. The silver coating of thermal blankets reflects sunlight, while taking in a minimal amount of heat. This keeps the interior of the room as cool as possible.

    Of course, a thermal blanket covering a window doesn't look great somehow. But if you want a really cost effective cool apartment on the hottest day, this is probably the cheapest method.

    Aluminum Foil and Heat Insulation Mat for Hot Weather.

    You don't have to run to the drugstore for thermal blankets. For small windows, aluminum foil will do. A heat-insulating mat will also work. On one side it just has aluminum foil, so you can successfully install such a mat in the windows.

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