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How To Survive The Heatwaves In Your Parc at Pruneyard Apartment

How To Survive The Heatwaves in Campbell, CA

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Another summer is upon us, and at the Parc At Pruneyard, we know you're looking for ways to stay cool without breaking the bank. Here are a few tips to make the most of this season without running up your utilities.

Enjoy Our Outdoor Amenities

Make the most of the season at the Parc At Pruneyard. Cool off with a relaxing swim in our pool, or wash off your day with a trip to the hot tub. In the mood to cook but don't want to let the heat into your apartment? Try our outdoor kitchen, or hang out with friends in the BBQ & picnic area. Also, Try enjoying some quiet time with a good book in our courtyard. Leisure activities like reading place your body into a resting state, lowering your body temperature. This community has just what you need to enjoy the season comfortably. 

Rental-Friendly Ways To Cool Down Your Home

Look for room darkening/dampening or blackout curtains. A quick internet search will help you find the right style to match your decor, as they are available from most major retailers. Keep your lights and devices turned off for as long as possible, as the heat they generate tends to stick around. Try placing a cool, damp cloth in front of your fan, and remember to turn down the AC when you're not home.

Local Attractions That Will Help You Keep Cool

One of the most convenient features of living at the Parc At Pruneyard is the accessibility to the Pruneyard Shopping Center. Enjoy the fantastic wares available, catch a great meal, and more, all while avoiding the summer heat.

 

Summer heat doesn't have to be a negative part of apartment living. Use these tips to stay cool and make the most out of this hot season!

 

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