Are you interested in a swamp cooler in Hesperia, CA? Our HVAC company Aace's Heating, Air Conditioning & Swamp Coolers can come install one for you. Often referred to as an evaporative cooler, this device uses moisture to keep you cool and comfortable in hot, dry climates. Our skilled technicians can also inspect and possibly repair your cooler if it has stopped working.
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Swamp coolers use the warm air from outside and move it over wet evaporative cooling pads to cool your indoor air. This not only brings down the temperature of the air but also adds much-needed moisture.
Swamp coolers consist of several parts:
Water supply valve
Blower and blower motor
When your evaporative cooler is on, the water supply valve brings water into the bottom of it. When the float reaches a certain level, the pump moves the water into the evaporator cooling pads. The blower then moves warm air through the pads. Once the air is cool, the blower distributes it. This is a cost-effective way to cool your home when you live in a dry place.
Since swamp coolers aren’t as complex as air conditioners, they have fewer things that can go wrong. Nevertheless, they can still require repairs from time to time.
A swamp cooler can break down for several reasons. The most common is when the evaporator pads become oversaturated with water or when scale and debris builds up on them. Another reason it can stop working is if the belt slips off or breaks. Faulty wiring can cause persistent tripping of your circuit breaker or blown fuses. The fan motor can also malfunction, which won’t allow your swamp cooler to work. In addition, the thermostat may be set too high or have another problem.
If you smell a musty odor, it could mean mildew on the evaporator pads or stagnant water inside the system. If it is stagnant water, we can come drain the system and replace the tainted water with fresh to get rid of the smell.
The motor can sometimes overheat, which can cause swamp coolers to shut down. Clogged water pumps will not allow water to get into the system, which will also prevent it from working.
Leaks can occur throughout the system, which will need sealing. Corrosion can happen if leaks are not fixed. If you have high mineral content in your water, using a water softener can help lessen rust buildup.
Evaporative Cooler Specialists in Hesperia
Our goal at Aace's Heating, Air Conditioning & Swamp Coolers is to provide top-quality services to our customers. Our NATE-certified technicians can work with all makes and models. We have an A+ rating from the BBB and approval from HomeAdvisor. You can trust us to keep you cool and comfortable.