We use a split system in our open plan lounge, dining and kitchen. It blows directly down the passage to the bedrooms and that stops them getting too hot.
Plus ds1 and dd's bedroom has got the carport and fence right outside so that keeps the sun off. Ds2's bedroom gets the morning sun and the aircon blows directly down there.
We leave the aircon on most of the night and I'll turn it off for a bit in the morning.
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12-02-2014 17:49 #22Senior Member
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What about a portable air con? Im in wa (swan valley) but we have ducted reverse cycle and have just got solar. We're going to put whirly birds in the roof soon and get windows tinted and consider roller shutters to the hottest windows.
We've also got blockout blinds and curtains to all windows. I find the roof space keeps the house hot
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