The Cahuilla were able to navigate the extreme temperatures of Palm Springs. The first inhabitants of Palm Springs wintered in Palm Canyon and summered in Chino Canyon. They took advantage of the cooling streams in Chino when temps surpassed 100 degrees. They lounged in the natural hot springs in Indian Canyon when temps dipped below 30 degrees. Today, Palm Springs is a retirement community and snow bird destination. While our lifestyles have changed, our need to exist comfortably within our environment has not. Palm Springs Cooling & Heating possesses the expertise to help you control your home and office with ease.
The record high in Palm Springs is 123 degrees in July and August! While other states must protect themselves from freezing temps, we are dealing with the opposite situation. When it’s too hot, our bodies feel sluggish as a way of preserving energy for the most important tasks. If it’s too cold, the brain does not function properly. Palm Springs Cooling & Heating has a dedicated team of learned professionals capable of helping you manage indoor temps. We possess the equipment and tools necessary to facilitate maximum productivity levels in commercial settings. Doing homework and remote working is easier when you have us on your side.
Heaven forbid your HVAC system goes on the blink! Spring, summer and fall are the hottest seasons of the year. Palm Springs has a bit of a reprieve during the winter. The rest of the time, the air conditioner must be operating in tip top condition. Should you experience an HVAC emergency, rest assured knowing that Palm Springs Cooling & Heating is just a phone call away. We are conveniently located right in your backyard. Your problem is our problem. Our office is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. A technician is on call during non traditional operating hours.
It’s called a system for a reason. There are many moving parts that come together to make a whole. A system you can rely on at all times of day and night. An efficient HVAC system operates quietly, is unobtrusive, good for the environment and easy on the pockets. The more efficient your system is, the more more you save. Bigger is not always better. If your system is too large, energy bills spike, you’ll experience uneven temperatures and insufficient humidity control. When an HVAC system is too small, it runs constantly without relief, thereby increasing your energy expenses. Contact us to ensure that your system operates as efficiently as possible.
In the 1900s Palm Springs became a fashionable destination. Folks with health conditions requiring dry heat were drawn to the desert climate. People suffering from asthma, severe allergies, rheumatoid arthritis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease thrive due to the lack of humidity and pollen generating vegetation, plus vitamin D. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air quality is at least 4 times more toxic than outdoor air. The HVAC system along with your ductwork circulates toxic air out and replaces it with neutral air. Enlist us to check your HVAC system to ensure that your environment is safe to live, work and play.