Hi, Just wondering if anyone has any ideas to cool one's home in the southern US (TN). I've read and seen a few videos on swamp coolers. If I understand everything correctly, in order to get the best out of a swamp cooler your climate cannot be very humid. I'm wondering if there are any other ways/products to beat the heat and humidity without beating up the wallet? Thanks for your input in advance.
I am still at the tinkering phase but its very cheap or free to try out with a soaker hose and see what kind of gains you might get. If you lived near moving water, you could have a ram pump do the water moving work with no inputs after it is installed. I love the idea of cooling the house at the point much of the suns power enters it.
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