Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
keeping_cool_in_hot_weather [2013/07/04 05:41]
nsddev [End of article]
keeping_cool_in_hot_weather [2018/07/29 01:22] (current)
Line 27: Line 27:
 Again, this somehow seems unnatural to a lot of people, but you want to keep the sun out, so block it in whatever way you can. You can even get reflective blinds and linings for curtains that reflect back the heat of the sun, and I know that at least one glass manufacturer makes window glass that is especially designed to help keep out the heat of the sun as well as its harmful rays. You could also put drop-down tightly woven screens or shades on the outside of your windows, and also on the outside of doorways (where you don't have security concerns) so that you can leave the door open but keep the sunlight and the heat out. Again, this somehow seems unnatural to a lot of people, but you want to keep the sun out, so block it in whatever way you can. You can even get reflective blinds and linings for curtains that reflect back the heat of the sun, and I know that at least one glass manufacturer makes window glass that is especially designed to help keep out the heat of the sun as well as its harmful rays. You could also put drop-down tightly woven screens or shades on the outside of your windows, and also on the outside of doorways (where you don't have security concerns) so that you can leave the door open but keep the sunlight and the heat out.
  
-=== Investigate modern gas-filled double glazing with lower heat conductivity 
- 
-Cost is as much an issue here as any added benefit from increased effectiveness. 
  
 === Have hard, reflective flooring rather than carpets === === Have hard, reflective flooring rather than carpets ===

QR Code
QR Code keeping_cool_in_hot_weather (generated for current page)