Summer heat is exhausting. Whether you’re at home trying to keep cool through your chores, or at the office trying to keep motivated, heat drains you. When you’re cool and comfortable, you tend to be more productive, no matter what you’re doing. This summer keep your prefab office building or modular home chilled without breaking the bank. Follow these easy tips and enjoy a nice cold space.
- This first tip is something that many of us forget to do: change the air filter. It is recommend that you change your air filter every 4-6 weeks, especially during the summer months. Why is this important? A dirty filter decreases the efficiency of the airflow, leaving your house much warmer than what is comfortable. Check your filter size, and always keep a few handy. Check out this simple explanation of how to change out a standard central air filter in a residential home system. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEwD0fVYkjU
- Keep your windows closed and blinds drawn during the heating of the day! This simple task will keep your home or office much cooler. It is said that up to 30% of heat comes from windows! Keep the heat outside and remember to shut those windows, blinds, or curtains.
- Luckily, during the night the temperatures drop. Take advantage of this and crack the windows, or place a fan on a window sill. This is a great way to save on bills! Through strategic placing of fans, you may not even need to run your AC at night!
- Our last tip is probably the most surprising. Be aware of the electronics you’re operating. Laundry machines give off a lot of heat and so does the washer. Mini-fridges also can heat up a small office pretty quickly.
At Nashua Builders our team begins early, real early at 7:00 a.m. Mountain Time, and we answer our own phones so when you want to talk someone about your project you can reach us. We can talk you through the design process and get you communicating with the engineering and design team. We have the capacity to take care of your modular and prefabricated building requirements.
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