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Boasting wide-open spaces and acres of land, the city of Adelanto is a desert playground ripe with potential, attracting investors from all over the world.
Adelanto means “progress” or “advance” in Spanish, a name first given to its post office during its founding years in the early 1900s. Adelanto was once known for its orchards, which produced award-winning cider and fresh fruit.
The city became a haven for military families with the opening of the nearby George Air Force Base in the 1960s. Today, almost 40,000 residents reside in Adelanto.
Cool Image Heating and Air Conditioning is happy to help Adelanto homes and businesses with any of their HVAC needs.
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Located close to the Mojave River, Apple Valley is a unique blend of desert and ranch living, with small-town roots and an arid climate.
The area that would become Apple Valley was settled by Indigenous tribes for thousands of years, before Spanish gold seekers arrived in the 18th and 19th centuries. The Mojave River Trail hosted trappers, gold prospectors, pack mules and Mormon wagon trains.
Apple Valley was once known for its award-winning apple orchards, especially the “Ihmsen” variety from orchards owned by Los Angeles Examiner newspaper publisher Max Ihmsen. Tons of apples were grown and exported in the early 1900s.
Today, Apple Valley is home to over 75,000 residents, who enjoy the area’s desert climate and small-town feel.
Apple Valley is the home of Cool Image Heating and Air Conditioning, and our team is happy to provide HVAC repair, installation, and maintenance service to residents and business owners. With triple-digit summers and freezing cold winters, Cool Image loves to help residents keep their HVAC in the best shape.
Named after William Barstow Strong, president of the Santa Fe Railway, the city of Barstow is a major transportation hub with a rich history steeped in mining and the “Railroad Boom.”
Barstow was occupied for thousands of years by Native tribes who made their home near the Mojave River. It became a major mining center in the late 1800s, when silver was discovered nearby.
Over 20,000 residents now make Barstow their home, enjoying its small-town feel and beautiful mountain views.
The city is a popular stop for travelers from two major roadways—Interstate 15 and Interstate 40. The world-famous Route 66 also stops at Barstow, which was a major destination before interstates were established.
Cool Image Heating and Air Conditioning provides HVAC repair, installation, and maintenance service to Barstow homes and businesses. We help your HVAC stay in top shape to keep up with hot Barstow summers and cold winters.
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Known for its world-class ski resorts, beautiful lake, and charming mountain atmosphere, Big Bear is one of Southern California’s premier destinations, attracting thousands of visitors each year.
Big Bear got its name from the grizzly bears that once populated the forests nearby. It grew rapidly during the “Gold Rush” era, and the cold mountain weather and abundant snowfall helped it become the winter resort town it is today.
Big Bear is home of the world-renowned Snow Summit winter resort and hosted the first ever Winter X games in the late 1990s. While winter activities are popular, Big Bear enjoys a cool mountain climate year round.
The Cool Image Heating and Air Conditioning team is happy to provide HVAC repair, installation, and maintenance service in Big Bear. We make sure heaters keep Big Bear homes and businesses warm during the biggest winter season snowfalls!
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Named after Hesperus, the Greek god of the West, Hesperia’s humble origins date back to the time of the “railroad boom” in the late 1800s, which brought the Industrial Revolution to the west.
Hesperia is located close to Route 66 and Interstate 15. The California Aqueduct — which brings water to millions of California residents — also crosses the area, and many residents use parts of the aqueduct as fishing spots.
Hesperia is now home to over 95,000 residents, who enjoy the city’s proximity to major roadways, stunning desert views, and dry climate.
With over 15 years of experience, Cool Image Heating & Air Conditioning provides HVAC repair, installation, and maintenance service to Hesperia homes and businesses.
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Nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, the town of Phelan combines desert living with a ranching atmosphere, boasting wide spaces and a breathtaking view of snow-capped mountains every winter.
Phelan’s history dates back to the time of the Western pioneers, who passed through the area on the way to San Bernardino and beyond.
Called the “Land of Champagne Climate,” over 17,000 people now call Phelan home, where they enjoy rural living, riding horses, and hiking the nearby mountain trails.
Cool Image Heating and Air Conditioning provides HVAC repair, installation, and maintenance service to Phelan homes and businesses, making sure they’re ready for any season.
As part of the High Desert, Phelan’s temperatures climb to the triple digits during the summer, while snowfall is common during the winter seasons. Keeping HVAC systems in optimal condition helps them keep up with any weather change.
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Located between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, Victorville is known for its sizzling hot summers, cold winters, beautiful mountain views and unique desert landscapes.
The beginnings of modern Victorville date back to the late 1800s, when settlers coming for the “California Gold Rush” used the town as a way station on their way to San Bernardino and LA.
The population of Victorville has exploded since its pioneer days, and over 120,000 residents now call it home.
Cool Image Heating and Air Conditioning provides HVAC repair, installation, and maintenance service to Victorville homes and businesses year after year. Our team has over 15 years of experience in professional HVAC service.
Keeping your HVAC system in optimal shape is crucial when living in Victorville’s unique High Desert climate. Cool Image can:
The perfect example of mountain living in the town of Wrightwood is surrounded by beautiful forest views, snow-capped mountain peaks, and tall pine trees year-round.
The area was populated by the Serrano tribe for hundreds of years before the first Western settlers arrived in the 1800s. The town was named after Sumner Wright, a wealthy landowner who owned and operated one of the largest cattle ranches in the area.
The cattle ranches gave way to ski resorts when people discovered ski slopes along the San Gabriel Mountains. Wrightwood grew into a popular vacation spot, attracting skiers, hikers, and visitors looking to enjoy its abundant snowfall in the winter season.
Today, about 4,500 people call Wrightwood home year-round. Cool Image Heating & Air Conditioning is happy to help Wrightwood homes and businesses with any of their HVAC needs.
With over 15 years of HVAC experience, the Cool Image can: