Dale Sorensen Real Estate, Inc

Beat the Heat!

by Debbie Caldwell 07/03/2024

Nothing hits quite like Florida Heat.  Whether you were born here or just visiting, learning to avoid the worse of the heat is as important as avoiding gators. 

  1. Stay hydrated.  Drink lots of water even if you don’t feel thirsty.  You can easily get dehydrated in the hot muggy weather.
  2. Dress appropriately.  Wear light weight, light colored, loose fitting clothing.  This will hep you stay cool.
  3. Wear a hat or carry and umbrella.  This will protect you from the harmful UV rays.
  4. Stay indoors during the Midday Heat.  The peak heat is between Noon and 4 PM. 
  5. Limit Activity.  Take frequent breaks and stay in the shade when possible.
  6. Find cool places to hang out.  Museums, Libraries, and Malls can be a great place to enjoy the A/C.
  7. Spend time in the pool or at the beach.  Spending time in the water is an amazing way to stay cool.  Just remember to reapply sunscreen frequently. 

Summer in Florida can be hot and muggy, but if you take the proper precautions you can still enjoy yourself!

Happy Keeping Cool!

About the Author

Debbie Caldwell

When you first meet Debbie Harris-Caldwell, you are immediately drawn to her charming Welsh accent and the twinkle in her eye. The well-traveled transplant from Wales is quick to set you at ease and time spent with her promises to be time well spent.

Debbie has been a real estate agent for 40 years and takes great pride in her customer service skills. "I make myself available to my customers when they need me, whether it's on a Sunday Evening or after their long day at work. I make my schedule fit theirs. I also keep my customers updated on everything happening with their listings or purchase, I am their conduit for information." She has built a business following her key principles of clear communication, attention to detail, client advocacy, and comprehensive knowledge of the area. Debbie comes to every new transaction with positive energy, determination, a strong understanding of the currents driving the market, and the expertise that comes from a lifetime of experience. She knows the importance of marketing and whether a home is for sale for $200,000 or for $2 million, she always has professional photography done and creates a listing presentation that best shows off her customer's home.