Your home should be the most comfortable place in your life, a place where you can relax and always feel at ease. Unfortunately, for a lot of people, this simply isn’t the case due to certain spaces in their home, or even the whole home, always being too hot or too cold. If your home is like this, the good news is that you don’t have to just put up with it because it can be changed!

Here are some simple things you can so to climate control your home for comfort all year round:

Air Conditioning

An air conditioning unit which is also able to heat the room is obviously one of the best ways of controlling the climate of your home, but air conditioners can be quite expensive to run, especially if you need to use them for the majority of the year.

If you have an air conditioning unit, but you still find that your home is too hot or cool, it could be that your unit is dirty, and cleaning it out should help you immensely.

Insulate the Property

Insulation in the walls and roof will do a lot to maintain the temperature of your home and ensures that hot and cold spots are a thing of the past. The kind of insulation that you will need depends on the type of property you have and what kinds of temperature control issues you’re dealing with, so it’s always a good idea to call in professional and have them assess your home. Many will do this for free with a view to getting your future business.

Improve Your Windows

Windows are important. Not only do they let us see the wonderful views outdoors, but they enable us to easily ventilate our homes and get some fresh air into the property. However, if you have the wrong kinds of windows, your property could be prone to hot or cold spots.

If you currently have average glass windows, they could be causing your property to overheat during the day when the sun is shining through them, and if they’re older or cheap, they could also be letting cold air in when it’s cooler outdoors. Exchanging your windows for quality aluminium windows will solve all of these problems. You see, aluminium windows are thermal, which means they will help to keep the temperature even in any conditions.


If you don’t want to install new windows for whatever reason, you could install awnings or shades to your home’s exterior instead. These will minimize the amount of impact outside conditions have on your home by offering some cover from the elements.

Install Blinds and Curtains

Installing blinds and heavy curtains to all of your windows will also give you more control over the climate of your home by keeping the heat out when it’s hot, minimizing heat loss when it’s cool and making the temperature of your home more even at all times of year. Of course, you have to adjust them accordingly for this to work.

How do you climate control your home?


Hey there! I'm a professional dreamer, part-time blogger and full-time mum. When I'm not writing about lifestyle related topics on my blog, Sash & Jayd, you can find me creating abstract paintings in my cozy little studio.

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