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Getting Rid of Unwanted Heat

There are three major sources of unwanted heat in your home during the summer: heat that conducts through your walls and ceiling from the outside air, waste heat that is given off by lights and appliances, and sunlight that shines through your windows.

Did You Know? One of the most cost-effective energy conservation measures, for both heating and cooling, is to add extra ceiling insulation.

  1. Insulate and tighten your house. Whenever the outdoor temperature is higher than the indoor temperature, warm air will blow into the house through cracks. To reduce these gains, you can insulate and tighten your house.If you don’t have wall insulation, have cellulose, fiberglass, or foam blown into the walls by a qualified insulation contractor. Tighten up your house to reduce infiltration.
  2. Get Rid of Inefficient Appliances. Lighting, refrigerators, stoves, washers and dryers, dishwashers, and other household appliances are all sources of waste heat, raising the interior temperature of your house. The best solution is to buy energy-efficient products. 
  3. Make “cool” choices when roofing or painting. Lighter colors tend to reflect more solar radiation from your house, cutting down the amount of heat penetrating the roof and walls. Using “cool” products may lower roof surface temperatures by 50-60ºF and reduce your peak cooling demand by 10–15%.

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