5 low-tech tips for keeping your home cool this summer

(BPT) - As homeowners consider ways to create more comfortable indoor living spaces, smart technologies are increasingly in the spotlight. Yet even the smartest technology will not deliver optimal comfort or energy efficiency if the “basics” are not in place. “Smart homes can only do so much, within the limitations of the technology itself,” says Tom Casey, chief visionary officer at Griffin Service, a leading HVAC company in Jacksonville, Florida and an Owens Corning AirCare Contractor. Casey says it’s important to start with the basics and get the infrastructure of the system right.

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