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Evaporative Cooling Unit Service Sydney

Kirk Chalker, Senior Installation HVAC Technician
Kirk has worked over 14 years in the HVAC industry. He is a jack of all trades with experience in all aspects of commercial and residential air conditioning, overall HVAC, refrigeration, and electrical. Kirk is passionate about automobiles and enjoys watching his favourite NRL team – Parramatta Eels

Keep cool this summer without an air conditioner

Do you get blocked sinuses all of the time? You probably didn’t know that air conditioning could be the cause. You probably also didn’t know that chronic dry skin is also often the result of using air conditioning. Given the high cost of running an air conditioner and the health-related concerns it causes, it’s pretty normal to run into people that don’t like using them. So, what other option do you have? What else can you do to keep cool during the hot Summer months if you don’t want to rely on air conditioning?

The solution you are looking for is called evaporative cooling. An evaporative cooler is an amazing technology that utilizes fresh air from outside of your home to cool the interior of your home. While it may seem like a complex process, the truth is that it’s a very simple technology that has far fewer components than an air conditioner does.

Here's how it works

  • First, a fan pulls in air from outside of your home.
  • The air then passes goes through a damp filter, which adds moisture to it and cleans it.
  • The cool air then travels through the ductwork to reach the different rooms in your home.
  • As fresh, cool air enters the room, stale air is then removed outside through open doors and windows.

What is evaporative cooling?

An evaporative cooling system sits on top of your roof, which is connected to your house through a series of air ducts. These ducts generally lead from the cooler to every room in the house, so when the cooler is turned on cool air is circulated through the house.

Evaporative cooling is the most commonly found type of whole-house air conditioning in Sydney. This is largely due to the fact that it is very inexpensive to run, and when you are running an evaporative cooler you can leave your doors and windows open.

Why choose evaporative cooling?

Evaporative cooling is one of the healthiest ways to cool home. Rather than using recycled stale air for cooling a house, evaporative cooling is constantly circulating fresh air throughout your house. Because of the nature of how evaporative cooling works, you don’t need to worry about keeping your doors and windows closed all of the time.

In fact, you need to keep them cracked open a little for the cooler to be able to work properly.

Evaporative cooling circulates fresh, healthy air through your home

One of the biggest best parts about evaporative cooling is that it is the healthiest way to keep your home cool. This is of particular importance for people that suffer from allergies, asthma, hay fever, or any other type of breathing issues. Not only an evaporative cooling help to alleviate their symptoms, it also provides a clean environment, which is important for your children.

How does evaporative cooling work?

Evaporative cooling uses the natural properties of water to cool air, which is then distributed through a house cooling the temperature. It draws hot, dry air from outside of your home then distributes it as cool, moist air in your home. As air passes through the moistened filter pads inside of the cooler, it is cooled and cleaned before entering your home.

s the air enters your home old air is pushed out, which means you will always have fresh air in your home. It is a relatively simple process, but despite its simplicity, it’s still very effective.

Evaporative cooling is good for the environment and it saves you money

A traditional air conditioning unit uses refrigerant gases, which can have a negative impact on the environment. On the other hand, an evaporative cooler uses an all-natural process that does not use any harmful gases. On top of that an evaporative cooler unit usually only costs about half as much as an air conditioner to install. It’s also up to 8 times cheaper to run than an air conditioner is. Can you imagine being able to keep your home cool for as little as 5 cents per hour?

How can we help for evaporative coolers service & maintenance

We’ve listed some of the many advantages you will enjoy if you decide to use an evaporative cooler instead of an air conditioner.

  • Evaporative coolers are very efficient, in fact, in many cases, it’s possible to keep your home cool at about 80% of the cost of air conditioning.
  • An evaporative cooler uses far less power than air conditioning, so you will save money on your electric bill.
  • Evaporative coolers are very quiet.
  • Evaporative coolers are environmentally friendly and produce very little CO2, unlike traditional air conditioners.
  • Evaporative coolers maintain a constant temperature in a home without any major fluctuations.
  • Evaporative coolers are better for people that suffer from allergies, asthma, or hay fever.
  • Evaporative coolers are much less expensive to install than an air conditioner is.

For more information about Evaporative Cooling Unit Service & Maintenance – contact our friendly technicians or call us on (02) 8061 5028 today.

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