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Swamp Coolers are perfect in Denver
Here in Metro Denver our air is dry enough for them to be a very effective and economical way of cooling the air in your home. Swamp coolers cool the air by the use of water evaporation and fans to move the air through your home. A swamp cooler works by the air outside your home moving over moist pads and by the evaporation of the water being circulated through your home by the fans. In dryer climates a swamp cooler needs to be given quite a bit of water to keep the pads moist and the air cool. Swamp coolers can easily lower the temperature of the air by 30 degrees or more after it enters your home.

Swamp cooler repair
Swamp coolers usually use pads of wood shavings from aspen trees to retain moisture that will need to be replaced every couple of years. They typically cost around $35.00. These pads use a float valve to control the amount of water that gets added to the sump in the swamp cooler. The sump retains the water until your swamp cooler is ready to use it. A swamp cooler will use around 3 to 15 gallons of water per day so the float valve may need to be replaced from time to time.