I was having new hardwood floors put in so had to move my 14 into the kitchen area. I have window AC
units and the kitchen is sort of cut off in the airflow so I had to make some adjustments. First, I placed a fan in the dining room aiming into the kitchen to get osme of the cooler air in. When that wans't 100% successful, I attached a desk fan to my cabinet and started blowing air into the open feeding door as well as making sure the ceiling fan in the kitchen stayed on high. While that kept temps down to about 80, I wanted a few degrees lower. I took a wood dowel and put it across the tank under the open main canopy. I played with the location until I got a good height for cooling. Since I have a Firefish and they like to jump, I use and used some netting from a pond skimming net and taped it, nicely, to the tank so that it covered the open areas where the canopy was no longer sitting square on the tank. With all the air blowing, the tank temp stayed at about 75 but could go up as high as 79 even then.
Now that the floors are in I just have to decide where the tank is going to sit..this will be my LAST summer of having three fans going just to keep the tank cool