Category Archives: Swamp Cooler Shut Down

Albuquerque Swamp Cooler Shut Down Steps—Do it the Right Way – Part Three |


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Focus on Swamp Cooler Pipes There may be some stubborn moisture in the pipes that doesn’t want to come out, but luckily there is a trick! A conventional blow dryer is a nice, easy way to dry everything up inside those tricky pipes before you seal up your cooler. Rinse the Swamp Cooler Pan At this point the cooler pan or tank should be empty, but there’s more work to be done. To remove sediments, minerals, and anything else that […]

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Albuquerque Swamp Cooler Shut Down Steps—Do it the Right Way – Part Two |


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Proper swamp cooler shut down requires following a well planned strategic set of steps. The process requires a little more work, but this guide will assist you in your journey to taking proper care of your home. Keeping the Swamp Cooler Clean When not in use, evaporative coolers tend to gather debris and grime. These kill the performance by working against the machine when left to accumulate over time. It can even cause it to use more power than you […]

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Albuquerque Swamp Cooler Shut Down Steps—Do it the Right Way Part One |


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Evaporative coolers require yearly maintenance, called winterization. Also known as swamp coolers, it is best to service them a few months before winter here in Albuquerque and for that matter, Northern New Mexico. Some may think all that’s necessary is to shut it off, but it isn’t that easy. The process requires a little more work, but this guide will assist you in your journey to taking proper care of your home. Why You Need to Winterize a Swamp Cooler […]

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