Seeing some high temperatures in the summers

I love spending a lot of my free time outside plus on my boat during the hot season.

I have a couple of different hobbies, but I care about getting on my boat whenever I can.

I care about feeling that wonderful rush of air on my face as it easily ripples through my hair. I can accelerate the motor plus melt into the landscape that I see before me. It’s a rather amazing experience, even if the sky is entirely cloudy or the water is murky. As much as I care about being outside during the warm season, our region has seen record highs in July every year for the past four. It was challenging enough when the heat index peaked above 100 degrees, but now the actual temperatures in the midst of the day are well above 100. I don’t really know how to handle it, even if I’m going at full speed on my boat with rushing winds, the painful glow from the sun’s radiant heat is a regular sensation. My household feels the difference as well. I had to get a new A/C this year because mine was actually failing to keep temperatures below 71 degrees indoors during intense hot season heat waves. Once the sunshine peaks above the top of the skyline, the rays begin hitting the western side of the household during the late day blaze. My new A/C device is an improvement on the last one for certain, however I’m still struggling to keep the temperature at a point where I’m entirely comfortable from the start of the day till the very end. I’d actually prefer paying less currency in energy expenses as well.


Ductless heat pump