How to cool a room without air conditioning – the 5 best tips

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Treat yourself to some new houseplants

House plants aren’t only trendy and lovely to look at, they will help to regulate the temperature indoors.

The experts at Stelrad said: “Indoor plants can help cool a house in warm weather, as they consume hot air for their natural processes.

“When an atmosphere heats up, plants will often release excess water into the air from their leaves – as a result, they cool themselves and the surrounding environment.

Some of the best plants for this purpose are rubber plants, Chinese evergreens, palms, mother-in-law’s tongues and ficus benjamina.

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