Well, no we don’t. Here are the reasons why…
Casalba is an old “casa colonica”, or farmhouse. It was built about three hundred years ago and has very thick stone walls which do a great job of keeping out the heat of the summer sun.
Both guest apartments face north-west and so are out of the direct rays of the midday sun.
The floors are paved throughout in cool terracotta tiles and the windows are fitted with screens so that guests can sleep with the windows open at night.
Those same thick walls keep us warm in the winter.
They knew how to build houses back then!