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Evaporative Cooling System Services You Can Trust in Beaumont

When customers have an evaporative cooling system, they’re choosing an environmentally-friendly option, and are running a system that is affordable.

If you have your system set up to work at optimal function, it can consume 90 percent less power than other refrigerated air conditioning systems. The fact that it utilizes a natural process to cool air means that it produces less ozone-damaging emissions!

The recycled air produced by high wall split and ducted reverse cycle air conditioners is colder, drier and crisper than evaporative cooling – but the breeze produced by evaporative cooling is more natural and comfortable due to its higher moisture content. You no longer have to feel like your air conditioning unit is drying out your skin!

While evaporative cooling systems have many benefits, they can still break down and require repairs like all other units. If your system is suffering, you need a trusted evaporative cooling system service in Beaumont – call on Air Conditioning Doctor.

How Does Evaporative Cooling Work?

While other types of AC units rely on a refrigerant to transfer heat, evaporative coolers use the natural process of evaporation.

In an evaporative cooler, outside air passes through damp cooling pads, the unit then blows a cool breeze back into the space to be conditioned. It’s when this outside warm air passes through the cooling pads that evaporation happens, effectively bringing down the temperature of the room without the ‘drying’ effects of reverse cycle units. The cooled air is pushed into the home through a network of ducts, similar to the setup of ducted reverse cycle systems.

Evaporative systems can sometimes cool the air by about 22-25 degrees, making your space comfortable, and the resultant cool breeze offering a naturally cooling sensation.

Are You Looking for A Local Evaporative Cooling System Service?

If you’re after evaporative cooling repairs or a brand-new system for your home in Beaumont, contact us now! At Air Conditioning Doctor, our dedicated team provides exceptional service and we’re proud to have built a reputation for excellent customer experiences and high-quality maintenance. When we service evaporative coolers, we highly encourage our customers to look into getting yearly system checks, in order to save money in the long run and ensure all systems stay running when they’re needed the most.

Air Conditioning Doctor’s evaporative cooling service involves taking our time to thoroughly check your system to properly perform only the necessary repairs – we won’t ever do any additional work without first seeking the owners approval. Our experts have years of experience with all types and brands of AC and cooling systems, and guarantee that your job will be done right the first time.

Contact our technical team at Air Conditioning Doctor now for more information about our services or to enquire about repairs!

Proudly Serving Beaumont

Beaumont is a suburb of Adelaide in the City of Burnside. Founded as a purpose-built village by Sir Samuel Davenport in 1848, it initially struggled due to high land prices in the area. However, with Adelaide’s inevitable expansion residents eventually settled. Beaumont House, constructed around 1850 for Augustus Short, still stands and is now owned by the National Trust of South Australia. Edward Burton Gleeson, the founder of the Mid North town of Clare originally owned a farm within the boundaries of Beaumont in the early 1840s, which he named “Gleeville“. Air Conditioning Doctor has been serving Beaumont since starting up and have become the leading air conditioning experts in the area.

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