Patio Misting Systems Create Cool Outdoor Spaces for Sacramento Area Restaurants and Hotels

Patio Misting Systems Create Cool Outdoor Spaces for Sacramento Area Restaurants and Hotels

For businesses in the Sacramento area, it’s vital to find ways to continue to attract customers during the warm summer months. Adding patio misting systems can make a significant difference for the comfort of guests by lowering the ambient temperature up to 30 degrees. Koolfog has worked closely with many local businesses to create patio misting systems custom-designed to their space for optimum cooling and aesthetics at each establishment.

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Did You Know We Provide Misting System Winter Service?

Did You Know We Provide Misting System Winter Service?

Sacramento TemperatureThe thought of misting systems usually conjures images of warm summer days and relaxing by the pool, so why are we talking about them now, in the winter? Luckily, misting systems generally require minimal maintenance, but taking care of them in the cold months will help assure that they will be ready to go when the heat comes back. Sacramento Misting authorized installers offer misting system winter service to help extend the life of your misting system.
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Water Ways To Stay Cool In The Summer: From Extra Drinks to Patio Misters

Water Ways To Stay Cool In The Summer: From Extra Drinks to Patio Misters

When summer rolls around, everyone knows that things are about to get hot. The temperature begins to gradually rise to the upper 80s, 90s and often higher in the Sacramento area. The steamy temperatures that come with this season are inevitable and people are always looking for ways to stay cool. Here are 5 ways to stay cool this summer:

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Mist for Air Scrubbing and Outdoor Cooling

Mist for Air Scrubbing and Outdoor Cooling

You may be surprised to know that mist is not only for outdoor cooling. Yes, atomized water particles effectively reduce temperatures up to 35 degrees Fahrenheit, but mist particles can also clean particulate matter out of the air.

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How Much Water Do Misters Actually Use?

How Much Water Do Misters Actually Use?

The California drought is on the forefront of California residents and policymakers. But how much water is actually wasted in Hotels and Restaurants with the use of a misters?

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Misting System: Adage “You Get What You Pay For” Applies Always

Misting System: Adage “You Get What You Pay For” Applies Always

I know, you’re tired of hearing it. Honestly, we’re tired of saying it. But the truth is still the truth, no matter how often it comes up. The old adage “you get what you pay for” applies to the decision of which misting system to purchase in a tremendous way.

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Der Biergarten Glows with Added Outdoor Cooling

Der Biergarten Glows with Added Outdoor Cooling

Sean Derfield, the owner of Der Biergarten located in Midtown Sacramento, laughs with ease as we talk about his recent outdoor cooling adventures. He was concerned, he says. People would stop by during lunch, enjoy maybe half a beer, and then leave. “It was way too hot for people to enjoy themselves. They just weren’t hanging around, even at night.”

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The Greatest Gourd: North American Pumpkin Record Set by Misting System

The Greatest Gourd: North American Pumpkin Record Set by Misting System

Half Moon Bay’s 44th Annual Art and Pumpkin Festival ended with a state record, a North American record and interesting commentary into the benefit of supplementing traditional irrigation techniques with the tiny water droplets a misting system produces.

John Hawkley's record setting colossal ghost, weighing in at 2058 pounds.

John Hawkley’s record setting colossal ghost, weighing in at 2058 pounds.

John Hawkley of Napa harnessed his aptly named “colossal ghost” to the scales, weighing in at 2,058 pounds, respectively. This breaks previous state and North American records and is only 265 pounds shy of breaking the world record. When asked how he did it, his response was simple, “I don’t know. I found that they seemed to be happy with the water that I was giving them, so I just kept it constant. I didn’t over feed it, I was just gonna take what I got…I found that an overhead misting system [was] something they seemed to like, so I just kept it like that the rest of the day, week or the year.”

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Burgers & Misters: A Love Story

Burgers & Misters: A Love Story

Richard Righton

Richard Righton is a serial entrepreneur. His love and affection for defining a comfortable dining atmosphere paired with a mouth watering menu and an extensive selection of brew, wine and cocktails is seemingly unmatched in the Sacremento area. When he opened his second restaurant, Relish Burger in El Dorado Hills, the intention of offering high quality comfort food along with a comfortable atmosphere was on the forefront of his mind. But comfort during the Sacramento summers can be a difficult challenge, unless equipped with effective cooling solutions that do more than simply fan hot air around. Incorporating high pressure misters to effectively lower temperatures up to 35 degrees Fahrenheit is pivotal in maintaining a consistent patronage across the seasons. Righton saw it as an opportunity to express his affection and continued thoughtfulness for a relaxed dining atmosphere. 

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Skinner Winery Incorporates Koolfog High Pressure Misting

Skinner Winery Incorporates Koolfog High Pressure Misting

Situated in the hills of the Sierras, you’ll find a winery. At first glance, it may seem like any other, with a tasting room, a wine club and high quality wine selections grown in our rich California soil. But if you dig a little deeper, you may be surprised to find a winery cultivated from a forgotten family tradition coupled with sustainable business practices in perfect harmony with the modern age of environmental awareness. Skinner Winery recently integrated Koolfog’s high pressure misting systems to their patio area to keep patrons and wine enthusiasts cool during the warm Sacramento-area summer months.

Skinner Winery

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