Benefits of a Swamp Cooler in Your Home
When looking for ways to cool your home during the intense summer heat, you may want to consider adding a swamp cooler to your house. While you may have only heard of traditional air conditioning units, these evaporative coolers may help lower the temperature in your home while reducing your energy costs throughout the month.
What is a swamp cooler?
How do swamp coolers work?
What are the limitations of swamp coolers?
What are the benefits of using a swamp cooler?
The benefits of these machines far outweigh the limitations. Unlike traditional air conditioning units, swamp coolers are economical to run and maintain. They do require a minimal water supply throughout the month, but in comparison with the savings from running a swamp cooler versus an air conditioning unit, this is negligible.
They also produce a fresh, clean air and do not recycle air throughout the house and permit you to open windows/doors without worrying about wasting energy. The added moisture in the air from a running swamp cooler also serves to combat the extreme dryness from the summertime heat.
Swamp coolers are an excellent way to lower the temperature in one’s house as long as you live in the appropriate climate to run one. While producing a constant flow of cool moist air, it also pushes the older air out of your home and creates a comfortable living environment during the hot summer months.
If you're looking to install a swamp cooler in the Albuquerque area, call Daniel's Heating and Air Conditioning at (505) 898-8860.