Although we’re still enjoying weather-friendly spring, sizzling summer is on its way. More than just the temperature will rise with this seasonal summer shift, You also need to look out for a significant increase in your electric bill. But you shouldn’t be stressing about it and here are 7 way to stay cool this summer.

Staying cool can be costly, Depending on location, the average American family spends between $300-$600 a year on cooling. Beyond installing a brand-new during Airloop Preseason sale until May and saving 20% on central air conditioning, there are simple cooling solutions that don’t require an upfront investment. Don’t want to overextend your wallet without first learning about alternative ways to stay cool. Airloop wants to help you become the low-cost energy leader in your neighborhood! Here’s how: Here is 7 way to keep your home comfortable.


  1. Close the Blinds by Day
    Unwanted air penetrates your home through the windows. In fact, 30% of hot air in the home can be attributed to uncovered windows. Pulling down the blinds is a simple way to stay cooler during the day.
  2. Open the Windows at Night
    Let the refreshing night air in. By opening your windows and strategically placing fans, you can create a relaxing cross breeze without turning on the A/C. Be sure to close the windows and shut the blinds before the sun comes up when things start heating up again.
  3. Shut Bedroom Doors
    During the day, close off any room that is unused. Simply by shutting doors, you ensure that air conditioned air is gliding through a smaller space, thus cooling inhabited spaces faster. The air conditioner won’t be wasted on cooling down unnecessary rooms that no one is in. When the air is cooler at night, go ahead and open the doors and let cool air flow naturally through the home.
  4. Nighttime Chore Party
    Wait until the sun is down to bust out the vacuum cleaner and run the washer and dryer. Not only do chores use a lot of energy, but these appliances generate radiant heat making the house hotter. Laundry and other chores also involve running the hot water heater and using excess electricity. Plus, your body temperature is much less likely to overheat if you’re scrubbing sans-sunlight.
  5. Pick the Right Temperature
    During the summer, keep your thermostat at a cooling, yet reasonable temperature. The U.S. Department of Energy recommends keeping your thermostat at 78-degrees and then using extra cooling support from fans and wearing proper clothing, such as loose cotton. If 78° seems a bit high to you, anything at or above 75° will be more energy efficient.
    As a maintenance reminder, be sure to change your air conditioniner filter monthly, or as needed. A clogged, dirty filter provides less effective airflow and negatively impacts indoor air quality by pushing re-circulated pollutants and debris into your living space.
  6. Proper usage of Ceiling Fans
    Most every household fan will have two functions: clockwise and counter-clockwise. Clockwise is commonly used in the winter. You can tell that a ceiling fan is set to clockwise if you cannot feel cool air blowing down on you; the air is blowing up.
    Counter-clockwise is the summer setting. You should be able to immediately feel the cool air blowing on your body and around the room; the air is blowing down. Run the fan at a high setting and really get that breeze flowing around. A ceiling fan on high can make you feel 3-4 degrees cooler, and that can be the difference between discomfort and cool this summer.
  7. Cooler Ways to Sleep
    It can be such a struggle to get a good snooze when it’s humid or hot at night. You may need to get creative, but these four C’s should help: cotton, ceiling fans, cross breeze & cold showers.

If you feel like central air conditioner is the next step, be sure to get it while our preseason sale is happening where you can save up to $4,500 on A/C for your home. Give us a call if you are in need of yearly maintenance or want a FREE! A/C Quote.

Call now 833-AIRLOOP for more information.