Throughout spring and summer, and even the fall, we get hit with hot weather that can be uncomfortable if we’re not properly equipped. If your home or office isn’t air-conditioned and you don’t want to fork out the cash for it (or if your boss won’t), then don’t worry; we’ve got some top tips for staying cool in the heat even if you don’t have air conditioning.
Lots of ice
Ice cold water feels glorious when you’re basking in the summer sun or stuck inside a hot and stuffy office. If you don’t have an ice dispenser, you should buy bags of ice or make sure you get plenty of ice cube trays and keep them stocked up. You can add them to your drinks or add them to a bottle of water to keep it cold for longer.
You can even freeze a plastic bottle of water so that it melts more slowly. Just down fill it to the top with water as it will expand as it freezes, which could burst the bottle. Ice packs are also good for cooling you down. Wrap them and place them on your pulse points for the most effective cooldown.
Freeze your sheets
Getting to sleep on a hot night can feel impossible. A great way to cool down is to freeze your sheets before bed. Put them in a plastic bag and place it inside your freezer for just a few minutes before you get into bed. They’ll stay cool for a little while which should help you drift off.
A water cooler in your home or office is another great way to make sure you always have access to cold water to drink or to mix in with other drinks. Having cold water on tap keeps you refreshed as well as hydrated, which is especially important in the heat. Combine this with a bottled water service and you’ll ensure that the water is always stocked.
Bring in the fans
Fans are a low-cost alternative to AC. Position them around the room so that you benefit from the breeze. To level things up, place a bowl of ice in front of the fan so that it blows even cooler air into the room. Alternatively, you can position box fans to be blowing out of the window to help keep the hot air out.
What are your best strategies for staying cool in the heat? If you need a spring water delivery service to help you stay cool in Kernersville, Winston Salem, High Point, and Greensboro, then get in touch for our professional services.