You have moved into your wonderful park home which you absolutely love. But maybe not so much when the temperature is totally tropical at 30 degrees and rising! Maintaining a comfortable temperature inside your park home without wasting your hard-earned money on your utility bills can be challenging, but we have come up with some simple and effective things you can do.
Opt for Air Con
Installing air conditioning in your park home will be a smart investment. Providing both cooling in the summer and heating in the winter, it is very economical to run and use. Air conditioning is quick to install – you could be up and running with a cooler home the very same day of installation.
Have your Air Con Serviced
Regular maintenance of your air conditioning system is extremely important. Once a year it is a good idea to contact us and have one of our experienced technicians come to your home and carry out a full preventative maintenance service. This will ensure your air conditioning is prepared for the summer months and running as efficiently as possible for you.
Limit the use of Appliances
Try and keep lights, televisions, computers and other appliances switched off as much as possible – these all generate extra heat. Think about how often you need to use hairdryers and other hair tools, as not using them as often will help to keep you and your home cooler.
Use Blackout Window Covers
Blackout shades, blinds and drapes all help to block out light during the hottest parts of the day and can help to keep the temperature of your park home cooler.
Think about Insulation
If you live in a slightly older park home, then you may be lacking in some insulation. New insulation will be an investment up front, but in the long run will help your home to stay cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter months without using any extra energy.
By following these tips, you can keep your park home cooler and more comfortable in the summer months. If you would more information on installing air conditioning in your park home, please talk to our team today.