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Beat the Heat: 5 Brilliant Ways to Make Your Home Sing on Summer Days

The most dreaded season – summer is here. While looking at the scorching heat, it seems this year also it’s going to be another record-breaking summer. To keep this thing in mind, many people have been designing and building the houses that can keep them cool. So, here are some cool ways to get your home ready for summer:
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Add shade

The glass is not considered as an efficient insulator because it allows heat in during the summer season. Adding a shading device over the areas of glass will alleviate the greenhouse effect and will keep your home cooler.
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Add water features and plantings

Adding water features like a fountain or a pool will definitely keep the surrounding cool. And plants will act as shades and it will help in blocking the sun’s rays before they reach your home ground.
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Use UV-blocking glass

Use a window that can block the UV rays because it will not only cut down the heat but also it will keep away your space from being bleached by the scorching heat of the sun
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Make a cool courtyard

Courtyard gives an escape to the outdoors. It has an ability to give you fresh air and Vitamin D, so treat your courtyard like an extension of your house and don’t neglect this space in summer. Add a pergola or other shading device or water feature to keep the area cooler in summer.
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Increase air circulation

Using operable windows for your home can keep the house interior cooler. Windows like transom types can be left open during summer night to capture the cooler air.
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Beat the Heat: 5 Brilliant Ways to Make Your Home Sing on Summer Days

The most dreaded season – summer is here. While looking at the scorching heat, it seems this year also it’s going to be another record-breaking summer. To keep this thing in mind, many people have been designing and building the houses that can keep them cool. So, here are some cool ways to get your home ready for summer:
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Add shade

The glass is not considered as an efficient insulator because it allows heat in during the summer season. Adding a shading device over the areas of glass will alleviate the greenhouse effect and will keep your home cooler.
Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Add water features and plantings

Adding water features like a fountain or a pool will definitely keep the surrounding cool. And plants will act as shades and it will help in blocking the sun’s rays before they reach your home ground.
Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Use UV-blocking glass

Use a window that can block the UV rays because it will not only cut down the heat but also it will keep away your space from being bleached by the scorching heat of the sun
Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Make a cool courtyard

Courtyard gives an escape to the outdoors. It has an ability to give you fresh air and Vitamin D, so treat your courtyard like an extension of your house and don’t neglect this space in summer. Add a pergola or other shading device or water feature to keep the area cooler in summer.
Pin it {{item.title}}
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Increase air circulation

Using operable windows for your home can keep the house interior cooler. Windows like transom types can be left open during summer night to capture the cooler air.
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