Serving Central and North Texas
RESTAURANT OUTDOOR COOLING
If you are a Bar or Restaurant owner in Texas, you realize the need for outdoor cooling for your patios and covered areas. The problem is, that for 6 months out of the year, it is too hot to enjoy the outdoors and your restaurant’s patio investment sits empty. JetStream Cooling has multiple options to help solve this problem. A professionally installed outdoor restaurant cooling system from JetStream can turn unusable outdoor summer restaurant seating into a comfortable profit center. Our JetStream high pressure evaporative cooling misting systems dramatically reduce the temperature of an outdoor space, without getting your customers wet. Whether it be our exclusive JetStream Outdoor Cooling system or high pressure mist fans, we can design a custom cooling system that will turn any outdoor area into a pleasant and enjoyable oasis for your clients.
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If you plan on building a Bar, Restaurant, or new patio, we can take part in your planning process by working with your Builder, Contractor, or Architect. In the planning stages of your structure, our systems can be much more utilized to fulfill your climate control needs. With prior planning, mechanical can all be hidden and integrated to provide a clean and uncluttered appearance. We can provide quotes and layouts by PDF plans, or we can visit the site to do a walk-through.
RESTAURANT OUTDOOR HEATING
We also offer a complete line of heating products that will transform your patio into a year round mecca! Our complete line includes Gas Tube Heaters and also Electric Infrared Heaters which will heat any area, whether it be enclosed or not. Infrared heating is available in either electric, gas, or propane. Electric Infrared ranges from 2000 Watts to 6000 Watts in power, while gas ranges from 25k – 250k BTU’s. Both gas and electric are available with various options when it comes to controlling temperature variance. Infrared Heating differs from regular radiant heat, due to the fact that the clean wavelength of light is absorbed by solid objects, transferring heat directly to a person or object rather than heating the air. For this reason, infrared heat can be distributed evenly, and will not simply blow away in windy or drafty conditions.