Moving to the section was a exhausting decision

About 20 years ago, our family and I moved to the West Coast to start a new life.

Every one of us settled in the desert area, where heat is an everyday problem.

Twenty years ago, the weekly high rapidly decreasing temperatures weren’t nearly as high as they are these mornings. It is unquestionably clear that global warming is playing a sizable part in making this earth warmer. When all of us moved to the coast, the average weekly Summer temp was 100 degrees, and now it is close to 110 degrees. No matter what you do during the Summer weeks, it is virtually impossible to keep the home cool. Every one of us have a central A/C component that works overtime and all of us also have more than one ductless A/C units in the master family room and the living room. Both of us are thankful for solar energy, because our energy bills would be through the roof if all of us did not have solar panels. Even with 2 ductless A/C units and the central A/C running, there are still mornings when the rapidly decreasing temperatures are too hot. Just last week, it was 114 degrees and none of the A/C units would run. The central idea was frozen and all of us did not want to ruin the ductless A/C units by trying to overwork them. Instead, all of us shut off all of the machines and left the home for the day. Believe it or not, it was absolutely cooler outside than it was in the home separate from the a/c. When our wifey and I moved to this city 20 years ago, all of us never thought the heat would cause us to question the decision.
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