Swamp Cooler Installation & Evaporative Cooler InstallationWestminster, CO & Thornton, CO
Maintaining a cool and comfortable indoor environment during the hot and sticky summer months can be an expensive challenge. Evaporative coolers, also known as swamp coolers, provide an environmentally responsible, cost-effective, and healthy alternative to conventional air conditioning. Specializing in the installation and service of swamp coolers, Marky Mark's Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, LLC allows you to take advantage of this innovative type of refrigeration system which utilizes the straightforward process of evaporation to give off cool air. We’ll make sure you choose the ideal design and capacity, help you save money every month, and protect your investment into installation with a two-year labor warranty.
Swamp Coolers & Evaporative Cooler Installation in Westminster, COFor high quality products and exemplary job performance, contact the professionals at Marky Mark's Heating, Cooling & Plumbing, LLC. We’re here to answer your questions, solve any challenge, and deliver total comfort. We give you the personalized attention that ensures customized recommendations and satisfying results. Offering skilled service throughout the Northern Denver Metro area, our fully licensed and insured, NATE-certified team completes all projects quickly, in an organized fashion, and to higher standards.
Why consider the installation of a swamp cooler:
- Cost Savings – The monthly running costs are about one third of a conventional air conditioner.
- Environmentally Friendly – A standard cooling system requires as much as four times the energy to run than a comparable swamp cooler. Plus, there’s no ozone-harming refrigerant or other chemicals involved in operation.
- Installation Savings – Compared to conventional air conditioning, a swamp cooler trims the installation price to about an eighth to half.
- Healthy – Based simply on a water pump and fan, swamp coolers work best when fresh air is available (such as an open window) and provide constant circulation, avoiding the need for a tightly sealed home and trapped contaminants.