When temperatures rise in the middle of a Dallas-Fort Worth summer, it’s the worst time to be without air conditioning. Unfortunately it’s also the time when your AC unit is more likely to break. Rescue Cooling is here to help with emergency cooling solutions that will keep your home, office, building, or industrial facility at a comfortable and safe temperature.
Easy Solutions for Temporary Cooling
There are a lot of reasons you might need temporary cooling, and Rescue Cooling is here to help meet all your needs. We have units that accommodate rooms as small as 400 square feet, and others that can be combined for much larger areas.
Our air conditioning rental are perfect for:
- Single-day or short-term events
- Residential homes when AC goes out
- Construction sites
- Hospitals, nursing homes, and medical centers
- Data storage centers that need to expand or don’t have adequate permanent cooling systems to handle large data storage needs
- Indoor/outdoor worksites, such as mechanic shops
- Warehouses and industrial facilities
Rescue Cooling has cooling systems that we can quickly deliver to your location to help cool the area. We provide exceptional customer service to bring it to your location, get it set up and running, then come back to take it down and back to our facilities when you no longer have a need.
Environmentally-Friendly Cooling Solutions
Our AC units simply plug into a standard 110-volt outlet, so all you need to keep your facilities or events cool is a power source. These electrical cooling units are an environmentally-friendly way to keep your space comfortable and protect the health and safety of your family, your staff, and your equipment.
Minimizing the Risk of Heat-Related Illness
Individuals or workers who are exposed to high levels of heat can be at a much higher risk of heat stress, including:
- Heat rash
- Heat exhaustion
- Heat stroke
- Heat cramps
- Heat syncope (fainting)
- Rhabdomyolysis (muscle breakdown as a result of heat stress and physical exertion)
These range from mild to very severe, and even deadly in some situations. The best way to prevent heat-related illness or injury is to keep temperatures in working and living environments in a comfortable range (under 85 degrees). While anyone can be at risk of heat-related illness or injury, it’s more likely in warm-weather environments like North Texas and in workplaces like bakeries, factories, and construction sites.
Your employees and family members are also at higher risk of heat exhaustion and heat stroke if they are over age 65 or have other health conditions, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart disease.
Not every facility has the capacity for permanent cooling systems, and sometimes those systems can break. That’s more likely to happen in the hotter months when the systems are overloaded trying to keep up with demand for cooling. When that happens, don’t let heat-related illnesses be a risk for your facility. Contact Rescue Cooling to find out how easy it is to get a portable cooling unit for your business or home.