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Miami’s heat can be unbearable and sometimes unpredictably scorching, so make sure to get prepare before those hot summer months. Here are the best ways to prepare for the Miami summer heat.

  • Try to say in a much as possible, or at least try to do activities that are indoors. For example, visit a museum, see a movie, visit some art galleries. Or even do some indoors activates like swimming, bowling or rock climbing.

 

  • If you decide to stay home, make sure to call Direct Air Conditioning and have one of their certified and trained experts come over to inspect you air conditioner and get a free estimates. They server Miami and Dade County, they’re fast, and offer same day service. The last thing you need is having air conditioning issues, but if you do they also offer 24 hour, around the clock emergency service.

 

  • Try to say in a much as possible, or at least try to do activities that are indoors. For example, visit a museum, see a movie, visit some art galleries. Or even do some indoors activates like swimming, bowling or rock climbing.

 

  • If you decide to stay home, make sure to call Direct Air Conditioning and have one of their certified and trained experts come over to inspect you air conditioner and get a free estimates. They server Miami and Dade County, they’re fast, and offer same day service. The last thing you need is having air conditioning issues, but if you do they also offer 24 hour, around the clock emergency service.

 

  • If you do plan to go out side make sure to carry plenty of water for the day. If you can’t tolerate so much water get some non-sugary drinks, make lemonade or get some watery fruits and vegetables to snack throughout the day. For example, some high water content fruits and vegetables include: tomatoes, cucumbers, celery, grapefruits, peaches, tangerines, apricot, blackberries apples, and the all time favorite watermelons.

 

  • Carry sun protection essentials like a sunhats, baseballs hats and sunglasses. As well as sunscreen lotions with a SPF of 15 or higher. Remember to put a shot-glass amount of sunscreen on your body 30 minutes before sun exposure and try to reapply the same amount at least every 2 hours.