Living in Southern California the Summer weather comes early and stays late- Recently I've been jumping into the car and flipping on the A/C only to enjoy a blast of extra hot air. I assure you, nothing is wrong with my air conditioning- it simply has been that hot, and tipping the 100s at the height of the afternoon. Where we live, in fact, most buildings built after 1980 have central air. Unfortunately, we do not live in one of those buildings. Starting the cooling process early in the morning, at sunrise, is crucial to keeping air flow and circulation. Unfortunately, I can't leave my house wide open when I go out to run errands, and by the time I get the box fans in the windows upon return I'm doing little more than blowing hot air.
It will not cool a large living room, or necessarily an entire room- though I do feel the change in ambient temperature on other areas of the room the impact is intended to be directional, with the closest impact being in the most immediate area. And, because it is using active, fine, moisture to cool the air, there is some humidity on surfaces within a close1-2' radius. This is not enough to be a concern and evaporates quickly.
How do you keep your home cool during the Summer?
What Daughter Says: Consider the right cooling solutions for your home and stop blowing hot air.
Culer SOLO CS10 Evaporative Cooler