Energy crisis: how to have a cool house without an air conditioner

La energy crisis called everyone to a more responsible use of household appliances present in the home. If already sensitivity to theenvironmental impact of our domestic activities had changed our habits to a commitment to the reducingone resource consumption, the increase in energy prices has definitely triggered a reversone in the use of one appliance in particular, the air conditioner.
Can you keep your house cool in summer by reducing the use of air conditioning?

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In this article we give you some useful tips for keeping the house cool and reduce the use of air conditioning.
First of all, it is good practice to circulate as much electricity as possible, so in the early morning hours and in the evening, when temperatures drop, open the windows. During peak sunshine hours, on the other hand, it is good practice to close shutters and windows, so as to keep the indoor temperature constant. Fitting awnings and interior blinds in light colours can help reflect light and sunlight.
The presence of plants within living spaces can also improve the quality of the air you breathe.
Another measure to prevent the temperature in the home from rising is to limit the use of household appliances: washing machines and dishwashers produce heat during operation, as do incandescent light bulbs.
For a healthy summer sleep choose cotone or linen sheets and clothing in the same fabrics, they promote breathability and you will sleep better.

Lo health of the planet climate change, the water crisis, the energy crisis, call us to increasingly responsible behaviour towards available resources. Sustainability, in short, becomes a necessary philosophy of daily life to protect our health and that of the environment.
Companies are also called upon to align themselves with this behaviour and strive to improve their production processes and products in order to create new development models that improve the lives of persone without harming the environment.
Plados Telmahas had environmental sustainability at its heart since its inception, and our research and development lab is constantly engaged in green innovation.

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