I keep my house cold to ward off unwanted snakes

I keep the thermostat turned to 60 degrees on an ongoing basis, and I don’t ever think I’ll turn it up any higher

One thing that I’ve constantly been terrified of is snakes—I hate them! I suppose that they can be beneficial to gardens and things such as that, although I just can’t help the fact that they supply me with the creeps. Even the fact that they eat tons of rodents and other vermin doesn’t help me with my intense dislike of them. It’s that they are just alarming and creepy… And anyway, since I suppose that snakes are cold blooded creatures, I make sure to keep our home entirely cold at all times. Snakes are constantly looking for someplace to heat up, and I don’t want our home to seem hospitable to them at all. That’s why I have air conditioners in literally every area of our house. Even the basement and the attic have air conditioning ducts and vents in them. I suppose that most people don’t bother with having in the non-inhabited areas in their homes. This is to save currency and energy, I suppose… However, in order for me to suppose that I feel safe in my very own home, I want the whole building to be as cold as possible on a continual basis. If you’re ever at my home during the summertime, you better bring a sweater with you if you don’t care for heavy air conditioning. I keep the thermostat turned to 60 degrees on an ongoing basis, and I don’t ever think I’ll turn it up any higher. I have never seen a snake in the basement or attic, and I would like to keep it that way. Even though the air conditioner bills are through the roof during the summertime, it’s worth it to make the interior of this condo snake proof.

 

 

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