But while we love the heat in the day, it’s a very, very different story when we’re trying to get a good night’s kip.
As well as opening every window in the house, many people have been keeping their fans on overnight in a desperate bid to keep cool.
And according to the experts, for most of us this is actually the right thing to do if you want a good night sleep.
But for some people there’s a worrying side effect and it might mean you have to reconsider.
According to the Sleeping Advisor the moving air causes flurries of dust and pollen.
This can be bad news for people with allergies, asthma and hayfever.
The dry air can also dry out our skin, so it’s important to keep moisturising.
It can also cause dry eyes which can make them irritable, especially if you wear contact lenses.
If you’re looking for an alternative there are a few other things you can try.
To cool down a room, try hanging a wet sheet in front of an open window. Bizarre, but it works.
Closing the curtains during the day will also keep your room cooler, which will make it much nicer when it comes to bedtime.
The right sheets are also key when it comes to keeping cool. Avoid satin and silk and stick to cooler linen and cotton sheets.
Many people are also worried about how electricity their fan uses, and how much it costs to have it on all night.
Experts from This Is Money say the answer to this depends on several factors – the kind of fan you have and the amount of energy it uses.
You can find out how much energy yours is using by checking the wattage.
The total cost will also depend on the amount of hours you use the fan for and the type of energy plan you have, as energy tariff prices vary.
From estimations, they were able to work out that the average cost of running a fan for 12 hours a night would be between 5p and 14p in total.
They added that a normal household fan has a watt of between 25 and 75.
Fans with the lower wattage would cost an average of £0.004 per hour, while those at the higher end would be £0.012 per hour.
So if you slept with the fan on every night for a week, with it on for 12 hours a night, it would only add a maximum of £1 to your electricity bill.