Heat advisories abound this week...

Home Inspector with BC Warner Inspections

dayton thermal inspectionDayton Thermal Inspections encourages everyone to work and play safe, drink plenty of water, and don't over do it. Recognize heat exhaustion symptoms such as weakness, nausea, headache, and muscle cramps. Heat exhaustion can rapidly progress to heat stroke which requires emergency medical treatment.... Symptoms are often precluded by heat exhaustion but may also include dizziness, confusion, rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing, and absence of sweat. Cooling the victim is a critical first step of treatment. For more information: http://www.medicinenet.com/hea​t_stroke/article.htm









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Comments (6)

Gina Tufano
Ask Gina & Company with Pearson Smith Realty - Sterling, VA
Ask Gina & Company, Northern Virginia Real Estate

Great reminder! I hope many remember to check on those who may not have access to air conditioning!

Jul 19, 2011 02:34 AM
Gerry Michaels
Glasswork Media Arts - Gettysburg, PA
GettysburgGerry Social Meida

Great info Bill, I know we here in Gettysburg are looking at record highs this week

Jul 19, 2011 02:37 AM
Bill Warner
BC Warner Inspections - Dayton, OH
Infrared Thermal Inspector

An excellent reminder as well Gina!  Thank you!

Jul 19, 2011 02:38 AM
Bill Warner
BC Warner Inspections - Dayton, OH
Infrared Thermal Inspector

It's a scorcher this week Gerry.  With heat indexes reaching 105-115 F  days like this become very dangerous even without seemingly much activity.

Jul 19, 2011 02:40 AM
Jack Gilleland
Home Inspection and Investor Services, Clayton - Clayton, OH

Yep.  I was outside all week too.  It was a killer.  By the way, I did do an attic inspection this week, but I have to admit that it was the shortest one in my history of inspecting.


Jul 25, 2011 10:01 AM
Bill Warner
BC Warner Inspections - Dayton, OH
Infrared Thermal Inspector

Ditto Jack!

Friday the client insisted on peaking into the attic while I was in there and then began an onslaught of questions.  I finally (and politely) told him that I would be glad to answer all his questions once I had retreated from the attic and before I needed to document a previously non-existent water leak...

Jul 25, 2011 10:06 AM