Nobody mentioned the type of beer. If you choose to brew Belgians or Saisons your higher temperatures will work well.
Investigate style and yeast and try to brew beer that enjoys those higher temperatures and you won't have any problems;)
Really any other style will really prefer mid 60's so as you move forward you can find something that works.
I use a swamp cooler in the summer and IME need 2-4 2L frozen water bottles twice a day to maintain 62-65 degrees during active fermentation