Being the hottest is usually a good thing. But living in the hottest cities in the U.S. can be a challenge to cool down your garage without the right solutions. Summer is coming and we want to keep you cool and hard at work in your garage. Whether your garage serves as a man cave, a shop for a hobby, an extra office for your business, or a place for crafts, keeping your garage cool, keeps everyone happy.
The Top Ten Hottest Cities Are
So, what are the top ten hottest cities in the U.S.? If you guessed Phoenix at the top of the top ten, you are right. But don’t go betting in Las Vegas with your winnings quite yet. Let’s review the list and see who really comes out on top.
- Phoenix, Arizona
- Las Vegas, Nevada
- Tucson, Arizona
- Riverside, California
- San Antonio, Texas
- Miami. Florida
- Houston, Texas
- Fresno, California
- Dallas, Texas
- Orlando, Florida
Looks like Arizona and Nevada, according to AccuWeather.com, not surprisingly, topped this hottest list as we expected. But as you can see Texas, Florida, and California are all included. So what are you to do if you live in one of these sweltering places and need to work in your garage?
You probably already know that if you live in one of these hot cities, your garage is about to heat up. Do you want to know how to cool it down so that you can work there more comfortably? Well, we have answers and solutions, and products to cool your garage with fans, fans, and more fans. All types of products and fans. Attic fans. Ceiling-mounted fans. Reflective garage insulation. Through-the-wall fans. So, before you go through the roof in frustration with the heat, let’s talk about how to cool down your garage.
Fans, Fans, and More Fans For Your Garage
The GF Series Garage Ventilation Fans are designed to keep your garage cooler. They mount in the ceiling of the garage, venting to the attic. Pushing all the hot air up and away. The GF-14 Garage Fan and Attic Cooler will cool the garage as much as 20 degrees and help cool the attic as much as 40 degrees or bring it closer to ambient temperature. What a win-win for cooling your garage and saving on your utility bill.
Aluminum Air Intake Vents are an inexpensive and simple way to cool your garage. And, check out our Thru-The-Wall Vent for those who do not want the intake vents in the garage door. Now you can order them with our exclusive bee screen. Insects stay outside and cool air stays in your garage.
The garage door is usually the largest non-insulated area of the garage and this makes it a prime candidate for insulation that will keep your garage cooler. Since garages are often the single largest, non-insulated space in a home this creates a potential hot-box of a space. Insulating your garage door is a way of saving energy by preventing loss through the garage door. Our reflective insulation panels reflect 97% of the radiant heat coming into your garage.
Learn More About Cooling Your Garage
All of our products are easy to install with simple tools and come with everything you need right out of the box. Or, if you truly are not a homeowner who likes to do it yourself, any Handyman in your area can install it for you, too. Shop, shop ‘til your heating bills drop! Check out the products on our website https://www.coolmygarage.com/ or call us today at 1-855-GF-14FAN (855-431-4326).