Curtains go a long way to keeping a house cool. Keeping the sun at bay does wonders for your home’s internal temperature. Trees planted on the south and west sides of your home will keep the house cool in the summer, yet let the sun warm it in winter.
Also, the addition of a small kiddie pool in your living room could possibly be a winning factor in your war against those summer highs.
The link below has a few more feasible suggestions.
There are a number of measures you can pursue to keep your house cool in summer months without central air or air conditioning. In the link attached are 23 tips at just that. Some examples are increasing shade around the house and windows, using ceiling fans, and ventilating the house at night or when there is cool weather.
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