Central air and window units aren't the only ways to cool down a hot house. See our list of alternative solutions to beat the summer heat.
We've all been there -- rushing out the door on the way to the airport so quickly you barely remembered to put on shoes. By the time you get to the airport departure gate, there is a little voice in the back of your mind whispering "Did I turn down the thermostat?" With a wireless system, you can silence this nagging little voice forever! But that's not the only reason to go wireless:
In the summer months, working in a hot office can lead to a decrease in productivity and an unhappy work environment. On the other hand, over cooling your office can also make it an uncomfortable place to work. This summer, use these tips to keep your office at the right temperature and protect your workers from fatigue, cramps and heat exhaustion.
Your three seasons room extends your living space throughout the spring, summer and fall, but it's not insulated for the winter months. You can get more use out of this area if you convert it into a four seasons room, but the process is not something that you can DIY.