Making The Switch to Cooler Air?
For many of us living in the dry hot desert will have us looking for the best options to keep our homes comfortable for the summer. Home owners may be also noticing that the old swamp cooler may not be performing at comfort levels, or is constantly needing costly repair work? Below are a few thing you may be considering when upgrading to refrigerated air.
Which System Do I Go With?
Like a lot of People in El Paso, many of them are making the switch to to go refrigerated. But many factors come into consideration when choosing a refrigerated air system for your home. First question you may be asking yourself is what size unit do I need? The size of the unit will depend on the square footage of your home.
What Else Should You Consider
There are several more aspects that go into picking the tight central air conditioner for your home. Taking an expert look at your home can help to choose. For example, if your home is blocked from the sun by the surrounding tree’s or buildings then your home may need less energy to cool. But the opposite goes for those homes that have large windows, poor insulation, and little to no shade.
Swamp (Evaporator) Cooler vs Refrigerated Air
There are several differences when it comes to the working aspects of a refrigerated and evaporator. The evaporator uses soaked water pads and a fan to distribute cool air from the outside. The A/C uses a process called phase conversion, which is a coolant to cool the air. So the refrigerated air will cool despite the temperatures outside. While the evaporator cooler will depend on the out the outdoor temperatures and humidity.
So what is the cost to Convert from a Swamp Cooler to Refrigerated AC?
There will be several factors to consider before getting an overall price. Factors will include the size of the unit, the square footage of your home. Also, ductwork if any is needed as well as Installation. If you would like a quote that would best fit your home from an expert Air Conditioning professional. Call your LSHS Air Conditioning & Heating experts at (915) 308-1774 to set up an appointment today.