Professional Swamp Cooler Maintenance & Service
Swamp coolers are relatively simple to operate and maintain compared to air conditioners. However, they still require maintenance and need to be prepped for summer and winterized in the fall. For your swamp cooler to operate properly and efficiently throughout the summer it is important to make sure you start-up your cooler correctly, and shut it down correctly in fall to prevent problems with your heating & cooling systems.
By maintaining your swamp cooler at the beginning and end of each season can also help you avoid unnecessary repairs and problems. TLC’s professionals are experienced in getting your swamp cooler ready for summer and shutting down your furnace or heating system. If you don’t feel comfortable climbing on the roof and getting your swamp cooler up and running TLC is always available for you. Turn to TLC for any of your swamp cooler services from repairs to upgrades TLC has all your cooling solutions.
Swamp Cooler Maintenance & Service
TLC has been maintaining swamp coolers in Albuquerque & Santa Fe for over 25 years, we’re here for you to ensure you are cool and comfortable all summer long.
TLC Swamp Cooler Start-Up Services
Getting your swamp cooler ready for summer can be a big task. Leave it to TLC to keep you cool and comfortable. TLC’s Spring Cooler Startup includes the following:
- Clean and vacuum out cooler
- Clean pump and distribution tube
- Including removing scale buildup
- Oil motor and pulley bearings
- Adjust belt and pulley if needed
- Hook up water and adjust float
- Remove cooler damper
- Shut down furnace or heating system completely
- Turn off gas supply to furnace
- Install damper on furnace
TLC Swamp Cooler Winterization Services
Winterizing your swamp cooler properly is essential to your home each year. If water lines aren’t drained properly they can freeze and break in winter, which may cause property damage to your home. Plus if your cooler isn’t sealed in the winter you can expose parts to weather elements that may cause them to rust or break, causing you unnecessary replacement costs the following spring. Turn to TLC’s professionals to properly shut down your swamp cooler and perform a complete furnace inspection.
- Disconnect waterline and purge waterlines
- Drain water from cooler
- Install cooler damper
- Install cooler/turbine covers if applicable
- Complete Furnace Inspection.
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