Take energy-efficient measures to cool home

The outside temperatures are above freezing, so it’s hard to think about the sticky summer months when you will want your home as cool as possible. But before you know it, your air conditioners and fans will be running full blast and you’ll be looking for even more ways to keep your home cool.

Cooling systems are fueled by either gas, oil, propane or electricity. As a result, they use a substantial amount of energy and increase greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to global warming. However, there are some environmental and financial side effects to cooling your home that should be considered, and there are also several environmentally friendly measures you can take to make your home cooler while making your wallet greener.

Read more: http://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/story/tech/science/environment/2015/03/14/cooling-energy-efficient/70181794/

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