Dean Morrison - January 6, 2020
Whether you’re in the process of building your new home and want to make sure it’s equipped to keep the heat at bay, or you’re looking for ways to make your current home more comfortable during the hot months, we’ve got some tips to help you beat the heat this summer!
Installing double-glazed windows can really make a difference to the comfort of your home! Double glazing essentially enhances the insulation provided by your windows, meaning that on hot summer days the heat stays outside. It also means that in the colder months, your home is better placed to retain heat. The result: a comfortable home all year round!
If you’re not in a position to upgrade your windows, you can also help keep your home cool by installing block-out blinds or curtains, which will help to create a barrier against the sun.
Hebel is a strong, versatile, high performance building product made from Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC). Hebel’s steel-reinforced panels are designed to be more sustainable and eco-friendly and offer remarkable thermal efficiency, keeping your house warmer in winter and cooler in summer – reducing your energy bills in the process.
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And to learn more about the benefits of Hebel, read our blog: Hebel Homes.
Switch up your bedlinen
While fleece and flannel sheets make comfy, cosy bedtime companions in winter, they’ll often result in a sweaty and uncomfortable sleep in summer! During the warmer months, it’s advisable to dress your bed with breathable, light fabrics such as cotton and linen. You may also like to check your quilt to ensure its summer friendly. Quilts often come in different thicknesses and materials, so think about investing in one that’s designed for warmer weather.
Investing in a good quality, energy efficient air-conditioning system is a must for all Australian homes!
Our Perfect Move-in Package makes cooling your home all the more effortless, with a Haier reverse cycle ducted heating and cooling unit upgrade. Download the brochure to learn more.
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