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Add misting units poolside, Best Pool Service Contractors explain benefits

In many shopping centers on the West Coast, misting units abound. These units offer a fine mist — not a soaking rain! — to help cool shoppers off as they traverse the heat of a California day. The misting units enhance a shopping experience by offering a cooling aura. If you’ve ever wondered about adding misting units poolside to keep you cooler when you’re relaxing poolside your pool contractor from A Clear Choice Pool in Menifee, California says it might be something to consider.

Pool owners in the hotter areas of the country understand and appreciate the beauty of the misting fan. The pool service contractors from ACC Pool Care understand that if you’re consdiering adding a misting system poolside or in the outdoor living space makes time spent around the pool more enjoyable. Let’s face it, most pool owners spend more time around the pool than they do in the pool. Don’t you agree?

Adding misting units to your outdoor living area is something you will want to discuss with your pool contractor and could be part of an overall swimming pool remodeling project or as a stand alone installation. Misting fans can effectively lower the temperature in the surrounding area by as much as 30 degrees and in the heat of a California day you will quickly see the benefit and beauty of the units.

Add misting units poolside

Determine how large the area is that you’d like to add the misting system to. Your pool contractor will be able to help you find a system that accommodates the area. When shopping for the misting unit, look for:

  1. One that has a misting fan attached that locks into the system and has wheels to make it easier to move. If you want the unit to be small and mounted in an inconspicuous way, make certain your pool contractor is aware of that.
  2. Look for a unit that has the capacity to cool and mist the area for a particular number of hours. For example the larger the water reservoir, the longer you will be able to cool and mist without having to refill it.
  3. There are options such as variable speed fans and some with telescoping features that let you easily adjust the height of the fan. Don’t forget that oscillating fans are also an option and help cool the surrounding area.

Regardless of the type of misting unit you choose, rest assured you will be adding to the amount of hours you can spend out of doors by your swimming pool, even in the hottest days of summer. Talk with your pool contractor so you can gain an understanding of how much it might cost to run the unit, what the cost of installation is and weigh that against the amount of additional hours you may potentially spend poolside.