Some people hate when the temperatures fall below 75 degrees. They grab their coats and huddle in the corner of the room until things heat up again. Some people are just wired that way, they love the heat.

There are others who don’t mind the heat, but get a little tired of consecutive days of temperatures in the 90s and higher. And then there are people who can’t stand the heat and they are suffering right now and wish they could be anywhere but right here.

It is the last type of people we are addressing today. The ones who can’t stand it when the temperatures are too hot. We have some bad news for you, it is still July and summer is in full swing with no end to the heat in sight.

As a sweltering August approaches, about the only relief from the heat you can enjoy is a trip to a cooler destination. If you are sick of the heat, there are places that you can go. Hage Energy, your air conditioner repair service in Houston, offers destinations where you can escape the heat.

San Diego, California

San Diego is a textbook example of a city where the weather is basically perfect all year long. So it is never too cold or too hot in San Diego. Winter temperatures in San Diego average around 57 degrees, which means the all you need to pack is a hoodie or light jacket.

Summer high temperatures average in the low 70s, which is perfect for those who start feeling uncomfortable when temperatures hit 90 degrees.

The Canary Islands

Right now, the idea of vacationing on an island beach is what dreams are made of. Spending a few days or a week in the Bahamas will bring a smile to your face and a sparkle in your eye.

The best part about vacation on the Canary Islands is that you don’t have to worry about getting overheated. You see, unlike most island resorts around the world, the Canary Islands don’t suffer extreme temperatures. In fact, you can expect mild, spring-like temperatures through July and August.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Reykjavik gets about 20 hours of sunlight a day in July. You can expect the sun to rise at about 3:30 in the morning and it won’t set until around 11:30 at night. This is nice because the extended days give you plenty of time to spend on the beach, walking trails or engaging in other outdoor activities.

The best part about being here though is that fact that you won’t have to turn on the air conditioner. The average temperature in July is 56 degrees. So you will want to bring a jacket.

Anchorage, Alaska

Anchorage is a cool place to visit. Literally. The average temperature in the summer is about 66 degrees, so you can enjoy your stay without sweating.

You will be surprised to know that Anchorage is a hot destination spot in the summer. We guess that people who hate hot weather flock there.

But at the moment, you are stuck in Houston, where you can expect temperatures in the mid to high 90s all week and beyond. Call Hage Energy and have your AC unit checked out to ensure it holds up.