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For a long time — until the 1880s — the area of Palm Springs was inhabited solely by the Cahuilla Indians! This group was called the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, and they based their village during the winter around the natural mineral hot springs, where the Spa Resort Casino stands today. In 1884, a judge from San Francisco named John Guthrie McCallum moved his family here, and with the help of the Cahuilla, he was able to build an irrigation system from the nearby town of Whitewater River to Palm Springs. Not long after, others began settling the area, and in 1909, Dr. Harry Coffman and his wife Nellie opened a tuberculosis sanatorium called The Desert Inn. Later on, it became a resort hotel that catered to the wealthy. The Vanderbilt and Hearst families, as well as Shirley Temple and J. Edgar Hoover, were just some of the Inn’s famous guests throughout the years.
This city is still a hotspot for many Hollywood celebrities, especially when the annual Palm Springs International Film Festival takes place. This event, which screens over 200 films, is one of the largest film festivals in the county and was founded in 1990 by Sonny Bono (who was mayor at the time). The city of Palm Springs is rich with history, and the homes of residents are no exception! Among one of Palm Spring’s most famous residents is actress Marilyn Monroe, who enjoyed vacationing in Palm Springs so much that she owned a home here. Singer Nat King Cole, actor Clark Gable, and President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy all have owned homes in Palm Springs. Even the reclusive Howard Hughes owned a house here!
Although many of these historic residences are older than most homes in Palm Springs, almost all of them have air conditioning out of necessity. With the high temperatures of the desert almost year round, it can take a toll on your home’s indoor humidity levels. Proper indoor humidity levels are not only important for your comfort but it also helps keep your family healthy! Excessively dry or overly humid homes can breed bacteria and viruses, as well as irritate asthma or certain allergies. This is where an AC Pro certified contractor can help you.
At AC Pro, our contractors are some of the best in the industry because they bring an extensive knowledge to the table and have achieved some of the highest standards, like the NATE Certification. Not only are they well trained in every brand, they have consistently displayed the highest commitment to ethics, customer service, and eco-friendliness. Please select a contractor near you from the list below or call us at 866-972-2776 (866-9ACPRO).