Water your orchid with ice cubes for the perfect amount of hydration.
Just add 3-4 ice cubes (per plant) on the surface of the potting media once a week. The ice cube melts slowly and gives the orchid a slow drip of hydration, so that it doesn’t drown it. If you see multiple stems coming from the same plant, three ice cubes are enough. But if you have more than one plant in a pot, you’ll want to give each plant its very own serving of three cubes each. Empty any excess water remaining in decorative pots - those without drainage. If your plant is potted in this type of pot, just add ice cubes and check the moisture level of the potting media again in about a week. If you’re unsure, wait a day or two for watering.
In general, if you’re comfortable your orchid is comfortable.
72˚F -80˚F during the day and 58˚F -65˚F at night is fine. Don’t place your orchid near a heater vent or in an excessively drafty spot. Orchids come from all types of climates and most will adjust to moderate temperatures. Most of times, orchid plants last for a month or two; sometimes even longer when the environment meets perfect for a plant. However, in general, please expect shorter life during the summer.