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5 Easy Ways to Stay Cool on A BudgetDuring the chilly winter months, we find ourselves romanticizing warm weather. We just can’t wait to feel the hot summer sun thaw out the chill that lingers in our bones. Daydreams of water and adventure only make the allure of shedding layers that much more appealing. Then, months later, reality reminds us of the intense heat of summer as we favor our brisk air conditioning; until we’re shocked by that alarming number on our utility bill. With the constant rising prices, you might find yourself trying to stay cool on a budget. You might be juggling ways to find middle ground between keeping yourself cool and not freezing your bank account. Sounds a bit familiar, right? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone in this hurdle. Here are 5 easy tips to stay cool on a budget!
- Don’t Add Heat
- Keep Up Maintenance
- Unplug Your Devices
- Keep It On And Consistent
- Add Window Treatments
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