October 25, 2011

Misting System

Arizona Mist.. Not a new kind of soda

Ever heard of Arizona Mist? While it would make a great name for a refreshing, carbonated beverage, Arizona Mist is a brand of misting systems and equipment.

What is s a misting system

Unless you live somewhere like Arizona, you might not have ever heard of a misting system. Folks in the hotter climates of the world have misting systems installed on their patios, walkways, and other areas of their yard. They make for convenient and pleasure-filled outdoor cooling. During the hottest and driest times of summer, in order to enjoy the outdoors, you need more than just a glass of water.. or Sierra Mist.

Types of Misting Sytems

Arizona Mist is a broad term. You'll find that most mist systems carry the name "Arizona" because they are most common in the state of Arizona, thus appealing to their most prominent group of customers.
  1. Orbit Arizona Mist is an excellent way to go because they carry complete Orbit Misting Systems as well as individual parts, nozzles, and sprayers.
  2. Portable mist systems are also another type of misting system. They are rather small and allow for easy transportation.If you're hiking, biking, walking, jogging, running, laying on the beach, or just riding in a car that doesn't have air conditioning (or likewise, sitting in a house that doesn't have air conditioning) you can use a portable mist system to cool yourself off. They're handy [no pun intended] because of how lightweight they are. Also, look for the Arizona Cobra Mist stands. Hook your hose up to the Cobra Mist stand and set it next to your chair and enjoy an endless stream of refreshing mist sprayed directly onto your body.
Mist systems are great for all ages and are a must-have for any patio, walkway, and landscape!


Phil Goold is a retired landscaper of 30 years. He loves being outside more than anything else, except maybe pie. He enjoys connecting with other landscapers and gardeners because everyone brings something new and fun to the table. Connect with Phil on Twitter and Google+.

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