Coachella Valley Misting Systems Company

HIgh pressure misting systems palm desert

Who Are We?

The first thing you should know is we are more than just a misting company – we are your neighbors. Koolfog, Inc. began in the Coachella Valley over 30 years ago serving the Desert Valley including Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, La Quinta and Indio.  As time went on and high pressure misting systems gained in popularity we expanded our presence to other markets. While we remain a locally owned manufacturing company our efforts have made us a leader in national and international projects. But the Desert is still our home.

High Pressure Misting Systems

Here at Coachella Valley Misting with our expertise in misting (i.e. misters, high-pressure misting systems, fog systems) or our line of outdoor heaters, you will receive the same quality of product and service enjoyed by our larger, corporate clients such as Volvo, Universal Studios, and Panera Bread…but with a more personal touch. We often use the Desert as a “testing grounds” for new product innovations in outdoor cooling, misting fans and patio heating. That allows us to bring the best technologies right to our Coachella Valley misting and heater clients.

We are also committed to customer service and, as such, our friends and neighbors receive special discounted pricing on all Koolfog outdoor cooling products.  This is where we have chosen to live and we want our neighbors to enjoy the benefits of our misting systems as well!

Our President, Bryan Roe and his wife, Michelle are active in the desert communities, Church, and schools for their children and have made the desert their home.

For our corporate web-site please visit where you will find lots of technical information that demonstrates what makes Koolfog high pressure misting systems different than all the rest. Or better yet, we’ll come out and explain it to you!


By the way, quick note. There is a family of hummingbirds that lives right in our back yard within our misted palm trees. Pictured above are a few new “additions” to our neighborhood.