My wifey and I were looking for a new arena to live because the two of us were sick of being in a swamp down south.
It wasn’t so much the sizzling temperatures as it was the humidity and bad air quality.
All of us had a radical amount of dust, pollen, and mold in the air, giving both of us ongoing flu symptom problems. All I wanted to do was get out of the swamp and some arena with a drier and cleaner outdoor environment. When our wifey applied to a task offer in Albuquerque, NM and was approved, the two of us decided to take a risk and move. Honestly, I had never been further west than ArKS, but I instantaneously fell in prefer with the mountain backdrop that you see whenever you’re outside in Albuquerque. Since the elevation of Albuquerque is over 5,000 feet, this desert town doesn’t get the same excruciatingly sizzling temperatures in the summer time that you see in sites love Phoenix and Death Valley. However, our last summer time in Albuquerque was particularally sizzling with numerous highs cutting into the low to mid 100s some afternoons. All of us were running our evaporative coolers for most of the summer time season this year. They require a lot less electricity to run compared to cooling systems because you’re simply powering a fan to blow air through a wet pad, causing the surrounding air to drop in temperature. Since it’s already dry as a bone in Albuquerque, the evaporative coolers make it cooler while also improving your indoor comfort. Getting the humidity up above 50% will limit chapped lips and cracked skin on your hands and fingers.