It’s been an exceptionally long spring, and you might not have had much use for your evaporative cooler (swamp cooler) yet this season. We are just about to get ready to start up a bunch of our clients’ swamp coolers for the summer, so we’d like to overview the process for those who may require this service. If you need help starting up your swamp cooler this spring, give us a call!
What Technicians Do During a Startup
When we start up a customer’s evaporative cooler, we take many steps to make sure that the client is comfortable for a long time to come. You should have disconnected your system for the winter, so there might be a lot to do to get it back into shape. If not, there could be some damage to the system, and it’s always best to have a professional check it out. Take a look at what many technicians do when you call for a startup.
- Cleaning – They’ll clear any debris that may have collected in the system over the course of the season, disassembling the unit to reach parts that are affected by high amounts of dirt and debris.
- Connecting – At some point, the technician should connect the water line to the system, assuming you disconnected it in the winter.
- Inspection – Throughout the process, your technician should look over all of the components of your swamp cooler system in order to determine if there are any issues that need repair. They might be able to fix minor problems during the visit, or you may need to schedule services or wait for the arrival of a replacement part, like a new pump. That’s why it’s such a good idea to schedule services as early on as possible.
Call Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. for evaporative cooler services in Aztec, NM. Don’t waste your time with the run-around. Give us a call and let us do it right the first time!