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Sol-Lux Smart Window Awnings Come to Hawaii

Island Cooling LLC is proud to announce Sol-Lux Eos smart awnings are now available for Hawaii homes. “We’re always looking for  ways to make our local homes cooler,” says Ivan Whitworth.  “The Sol-Lux awning senses sun exposure over a window and self deploys to block heat from entering the home“. A homeowner in Aiea was […]

Home Building and Remodeling Expo

The Building Industry of Hawaii’s annual Home Building and Remodeling Show is at the Blaisdell Expo Center January 27-29.  Come see Island Cooling’s demonstration of QuietCool fans and other energy efficient product for cooling the Hawaii home.  For  hours and a coupon good for $2.00 off entry see the BIA web site.

Hawaii Building Industry Expo | BIA Hawaii

Island Cooling will be showing a new booth at the BIA Hawaii expo this August.  Designed like an old fashioned phone booth, this booth has a space that a homeowner can enter and close the door behind them to feel the  suction power of the QuietCool whole house fan!  Stop by and see it for yourself! Remodel […]

Kauai Contractors Expo April 8-9

Hawaii Homeowners on the Garden Isle looking to beat the heat this summer, should visit Island Cooling’s booth at the Kauai Contractors Expo this April 8-9 at the Kauai Convention Hall.  Perfect for the person looking for a cooling system that’s compatible with open windows Island Cooling will have an assortment of  QuietCool fans on […]

Summer Great Outdoors Expo June 19-21

Looking for something to do over the Father’s Day weekend?  Stay cool this summer by coming down to the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall and seeing QuietCool fans in action!  See for yourself why everybody is talking about QuietCool.  Island Cooling will be demonstrating an assortment of cooling and ventilating products, including the best-in-class Stealth 2.5 whole house […]

BIA Show –The Big Show

Join Island Cooling at the BIA Show January 24-26 at the Blaisdell Center. We’ll roll out our new overheard display! For a $2.00 Off coupon and hours go to www.biahawaii.org

Hawaii Energy Code Revised to Include Radiant Barrier

Those folks who have installed Radiant Barrier Insulation in the past few years know how effective it is at keeping Hawaii’s Solar Heat out of the home. (For those that aren’t up-to-speed, see the SolarGuard section of IslandCooling.com). Until recently, Hawaii’s Energy code didn’t have provisions for this easy-to-install way to keep the heat out, […]