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  1. so true. keep your chin up gbmmbg
  2. Whilst I agree with this in principle, I think it relates to the fire burning in the fireplace. As hot air rises, I think the room would be exceptionally hot before any hot air was low enough to enter said fireplace and escape up the chimney. I would hazard a guess and say the main culprit would be radiant heat. I would suggest over the long hot day the bricks/concrete would heat up and even though its cooler in evening its like an oven inside. Obviously airflow is your best friend here in the form of cool breeze or fans. Another solution might be trees or possibly a screen similar to a privacy screen to cast shade on your house to reduce the radiant heat to begin with.... well its a solution to Australias harsh sun, not sure about Philippines tropical heat, food for thought.
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