THE PROBLEM

Our Homes Are Hotter Inside Than Out

When we leave our homes for the day, the air heats up and stagnates. This hot air rises and expands, making the home uncomfortable and preventing cooler air from entering.

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ceiling fan is no good on a hot day

During hotter days, in-home temperatures can reach 100 plus degrees. Hot expanding air also accounts for the difficulty in using small fans to blow cool air into the home as these fans lack the volume of air movement needed to rid the home of heat.

Some homes have hot zones or specific areas where there is inadequate air circulation for reasons such as not having windows, a window that faces the afternoon sun, having a poorly constructed ceiling or the lack of a cross-breeze.

Hot spots becuase of lack of ventilation

“After many years on the job and many homes with our fans installed, I would summarize it like this; not all homes are ready for Island Cooling, but many are. We do our best to identify these homes and show people how they can save money on cooling their home while at the same time improving their indoor/outdoor lifestyle. We’re looking for a happy customer no matter what, our satisfaction record is what keeps us moving forward and confident in our product and service. It really works, and it makes a difference.  Please explore the benefits and discover if Island Cooling is for you.”

Al Whitworth
Al WhitworthPresident, Island Cooling