Evaporative cooler installation in denver

A swamp cooler could be the answer

At Aspen Creek Heating & Air, we want you to know the differences between a swamp cooler vs AC unit, and how to consider these tips when in the market for buying or repairing your unit.

Swamp coolers, sometimes known as Evaporative Cooling Systems, are not suitable for all areas and work best in hot and dry climates. Colorado fits the bill.

When used correctly, they are very efficient and effective. Here is how it works; basically, a motor pumps water into water-soaked, fibrous pad, while a fan powered by another motor pushes air through the pad, and that’s it!

Here are some comparisons between a swamp cooler vs an air conditioner unit.

  • Swamp coolers are best used in hot and dry climates, whereas AC can be used anywhere.
  • Swamp coolers are less expensive to install than AC units.
  • Swamp coolers add moisture to the air, while AC takes it out of the air.
  • Swamp coolers can run with windows and doors open, while AC functions better in an enclosed space.
  • Swamp coolers are generally quieter when running than an AC unit.

Maintenance is very low key in a swamp cooler vs an AC unit. Have your swamp cooler checked over and cleaned once a year as a seasonal service. An AC unit, on the other hand, will require checking the filter system often, especially in a dusty environment, as well as at least twice-yearly service and maintenance checks.

Now that you know more about a swamp cooler vs AC unit for your home and the significant differences they offer, call Aspen Creek Heating & Air for a reliable and honest opinion, installation or purchase. We have all the answers you need, provide outstanding customer service and value for our clients. Call us today for a free estimate and great advice.

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