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Keep your blinds and curtains closed, especially on north and west-facing windows (and any other windows which get direct sunlight) to significantly cool your home. Better yet, invest in some black-out curtains to shield your home from the harsh summer sun.
When cooking in the kitchen this summer, open a window and keep lids on pots and pans to minimise heat generation.
A well-insulated house is not only cooler in summer but also warmer in winter.
- When using the cooling mode on really hot days, it’s important to keep the doors and windows shut and to focus on cooling just one room.
- Set the temperature to around 22-23 degrees (the room won’t cool down any quicker if you set it lower), to avoid using more electricity by overcooling.