Heat rises. It’s a concept taught in grade-school science class and one that can prove to be a problem for some homeowners. It’s not uncommon for upper levels of a home to be harder to cool than lower levels. A typical solution is to lower the thermostat temperature to compensate, but that can have the whole family grabbing sweaters just to stay comfortable on lower levels. And guess what that does to your energy bill? Here are some situations where zone cooling might be the solution.
Ah, summertime. Outdoor sports, gardening, picnics, so much to enjoy. And when you come in out of the sun, you want to relax and cool down indoors. But what about the heat gain in your home that taxes your AC and slows down your cool-down? There are ways to combat heat gain—here are Stay Comfy’s recommendations.
Topics: Heat Gain