The fans are humming at the French family household in Walker, but the temperature in the living room is still sitting at 91 degrees, and that was at around noon on Thursday.
"It got up to 96, and it's gotten up to 100 in our back bedroom," says 61-year-old Penny French.
Without enough money for an air conditioner, Dale and Penny French are struggling.
Penny says, "It's gotten very hot in our trailer."
Five fans including a recent purple box fan fill the floors and nearly all the windows.
"Purple's my favorite color," says Penny. "We have all our windows open, and there's nothing but hot air coming."
In addition, there's no shade near the home. You can even see heat radiating off the roof. "We don't have any trees," says Penny. "I was born with asthma and I'm not doing good."
The heat's also aggravated Penny's Osteoporosis and migraine headaches.
Penny places a cool washcloth on her neck to bring down her body temperature. Dale says he plans to take Penny to a cooling center in hopes of getting some relief.
But, Penny worries about leaving her cat Amber who's also suffering with the hot temperatures.
"It's very hard for Amber," says Penny. "We try to give her cold water, keep her as cool as we can. We let her come in here and we let her go in the kitchen where it's a little cooler on the floor."
Living without Air Conditioning this summer is more than a challenge, it could be a health issue
Penny says, "It does make it hard on me, the heat does it makes it hard to breathe and hard to function."