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I would try to contain the chilly air inside and keep the sizzling air outside, instead.

What a afternoon it’s been already. I do not like dealing with adult tasks, and yet it seems love there’s no end to the iPhonecalls and SMSs that have to be made to sort through weekly life. I’m typically calling my credit card contractor and utility providers to dispute charges and put money back in my bank account. The last thing I need is inefficient household appliances to undo all my difficult efforts. That’s why my heating, cooling, and air quality control component has been such a thorn in my side for the past many weeks. I suppose the trouble all started when my indoor air handling component stopped being able to keep up with the temperature changes that properly rocked our region, then out of the red, our normal weekly temperatures increased by about 20 degrees, placing a wonderful deal of pressure on our central heating and cooling system to keep up with the decreasing outdoor air temperature and pounding sunshine. It felt love no matter how much I adjusted the control unit to keep up with the heat and humidity, my central cooling system was dropping the ball. Eventually I decided that it was time to do something about my indoor air quality that didn’t involve directly messing with my AC unit or control unit. I would try to contain the chilly air inside and keep the sizzling air outside, instead. This is when I found out about insulating blinds and curtains. Apparently, there are window coverings that work to seal in your cool air and block out sunshine, to improve your indoor air temperature control without decreasing energy bills. These nights, I’m finally feeling cool and relaxed.

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