Evaporative coolers (sometimes known as swamp coolers) are really common in our area because the typically-dry air actually makes them an ideal cooling installation. With too much humidity in the air, they won’t work properly, but in our climate, they tend to be efficient, durable, and the ideal cooling installation.
But when winter comes, you must get your evaporative cooler ready in order to prevent freezing, mold, and damage to the system that may mean more work and money for you in the spring. This also helps your evaporative cooler to last longer. Here’s what you should do: