Beat The Summer Heat With These Tips

Dated: 08/02/2016

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Has it ever been a HOT one this summer!  With heat like we've been having, it's hard to keep coming up with creative ways to stay cool, healthy and save on your electric bill at the same time.  We all love our AC but in this heat it can be overworked costing you a small fortune or even worse, wearing out.  It's also so important to know how to stay healthy in this heat as well.  We all know about staying hydrated and not lingering in the heat for too long, but there are a few more tips you'll want to know about.

We've found a great article from Prevention with some clever ways to help you beat this heat and make things a bit easier on your wallet.  We hope you enjoy!  Stay safe and cool out there!

Click on the link below to read the article by Catherine Winters with Prevention for helpful tips on staying cool this summer:

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