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How to Keep Your Home Cool After a Hurricane


If you live in Florida or any other coastal area you know how uncomfortable it can be to go days without air conditioned air. The good news is there are things you can do to prepare your home so that it remains as cool as possible without electricity. Start taking on the projects described in this article before hurricane season starts. They were provided by a Port St. Lucie area ac repair company.

Plant Trees Around Your Home

Trees are an all around wonderful addition to your property. They add beauty, attract birds, and best of all they help keep your home cool. Having just a few trees shading your home will you keep you cooler not only during a power outage, but all year long.

Keep Cool Air In

You can lose a lot of precious cool air during a power outage if your windows and doors aren’t sealed properly. Go to your local home improvement store and buy some caulking and weather stripping. Use the caulking to seal your windows and usethe weather stripping on the bottoms of your exterior doors.

Install a Solar Powered Air Conditioner

Solar powered air conditioners are become more readily available by the day. They are a great option if you want to remain cool during a power outage.  Talk to your local ac repairman to find out what ac models are available in your area.

Keep Battery Powered Fans

A battery operated fan is a lifesaver in during a power outage. Opt for a fan with 18 inch blade diameter. Fans that size or larger have the capacity to keep a room cool, as opposed to a smaller fan that only keep one person cool.

For more information visit:

True Temp LLC

486 SW Molloy St, Port St. Lucie, FL 34984

(772) 607-1077


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