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Top 3 Gadgets for Staying Cool on The Jobsite

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Top 3 Gadgets for Staying Cool on The Jobsite

We are halfway through the summer months, and temperatures are continuing to rise across the country. On the jobsite, the harsh sun and high temperatures can be grueling during the long workday.

To combat the heat, we’re sharing a few items that can help you stay cool when the mercury rises: 

GlacierTek™ Cool Vest  According to the manufacturer, these vests come with “GlacierPaks” that remain at 59 degrees Fahrenheit for 2 hours, even in 100-degree heat. The vests are made with adjustable straps and flexible fabric so they allow you to maneuver the jobsite with ease while still keeping cool.

Waterlogged App – During these months of extreme heat, proper hydration is key. Waterlogged app allows you to track and improve your daily water intake quickly and easily. The app is great for busy builders who don’t have time to be on their phone all day. According to Waterlogged’s website, you can quickly snap a photo of your cup or water bottle to log your consumption.

FroggToggs Chilly Pad® – Sweating is unavoidable, but this Chilly Pad towel is made with hyper-evaporative material. According to the manufacturer, when wet the towel begins to evaporate and cool. With 4 stars and over 2,000 reviews on Amazon.com, the Chilly Pad is definitely worth a try. 

In several parts of the country, many scorching days may still be in the forecast. But with new innovations, builders can reduce their chances of overheating on the jobsite.

And for builders looking for ways to help keep finished house temperatures in check, read more about LP® TechShield® Radiant Barrier Sheathing: http://lpcorp.com/products/panels/lp-techshield-radiant-barrier-sheathing/

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This information and the websites identified above are provided solely as a convenience to the reader. They are not intended to state or imply that the editors of Engineered Wood or LP Building Products sponsor, recommend, endorse or are affiliated or associated with the companies or products listed.