I don’t mind because I’ve purchased a couple of window cooling systems
I am totally happy with window cooling systems. I have no need to make a much bigger investment into a central cooling system. I live in the northern section of the country, where the winter weather is the priority. My home is equipped with a boiler boiler that is powerful enough to handle outside uneven temperatures down to disadvantage twenty-five degrees. I expect to raise the temperature control by the end of July and rely on the boiler for approximately eight months. It seems to take forever for the snow to finally melt and the robins to show up. I watch for the first signs of daffodils, tulips and hyacinths. I’m consistently genuinely eager to shut off the boiler, open the windows and introduce some fresh air into the home. I have no desire to close the windows a month later, turn down the temperature control and start paying an overpriced electric bill, however during the Springtime, Summer and fall, I spend every possible moment outside. I like to go for runs, hikes and bike rides. I kayak, swim and paddleboard. I prefer working in my gardens, lying in the sunlight with a book and barbecuing. The only time the boiling and sticky conditions of the home are a problem are at evening. It would be impossible to get a relaxing evening’s sleep without some type of cooling option. The boiler doesn’t allow for central cooling system. I don’t mind because I’ve purchased a couple of window cooling systems. I picked them up at a local home improvement store for a couple of hundred dollars. They are lightweight, compact and simple to install into the window.