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Design a Home That Keeps You Cool, Naturally

Air conditioners are great at cooling down houses, but they’re also great at boosting electric bills. Learn how to incorporate passive cooling designs into your house, and use the wind, shade, and principles of heat and solar radiation to push out warm air and draw in cool air naturally.

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