Ice BEAR in Orange County
Looking to Reduce Your Monthly Utility Cost? Southern California Edison
Sponsors Ice Bear Technology
Have you noticed that your air conditioning costs are constantly going
up from month to month? Often, your energy cost can spike as your unit
is forced to work extra hard during peak hours, such as between six to
nine in the evening. If you’re looking for a cost-effective way
to reduce your energy cost without sacrificing comfort, we recommend that
you look into our Ice Bear systems at
Inland Mechanical Services, Inc.
The benefits of Ice Bear commercial battery units include:
- Remote monitoring
- Reduced energy cost
- Improved cooling capabilities
- Exceptional security and wireless enabled controls
How do Ice Bear Systems Work?
During the evening, Ice Bear units store energy and collect moisture from
HVAC system to generate ice. As temperatures rise and your air conditioning unit begins
to overwork, the Ice Bear unit’s temperature monitoring device takes
over and begins pulling in the hot air that is going through your air
conditioning unit, through a series of cooling coils surrounded by the
ice generated the night prior. Rather than simply relying solely on your
air conditioning unit, Ice Bear commercial ice battery units are attached
to your main unit.
Essentially, your Ice Bear unit becomes the primary cooling device for
a set period of time during the day. The ice that is created during the
units charge cycle can generally take over for your standard HVAC unit
for roughly six to eight hours daily, thus saving you hundreds or even
thousands of dollars on monthly air conditioning costs.
Why Inland Mechanical Services, Inc.?
In Southern California, our team at
Inland Mechanical Services, Inc. is one of the only companies that has been given access to this state-of-the-art
technology. When you reach out to our Orange County air conditioning experts,
we can provide you with additional details about our commercial ice battery
units and find out whether your
HVAC unit is compatible with these units.
To request additional information,
please reach out to our staff by calling (800) 405-6012 at your earliest convenience.