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Service Network is your company for complete and professional installation and repair of your evaporative cooling system. For over 25 years we have been installing and servicing evaporative cooling systems in the entire Denver metropolitan area. Call (303) 750-4242 now and we'll arrange to have a cooling specialist help you to consider your options.


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What is evaporative cooling?

Evaporative cooling is a method of converting hot air into a cool breeze using the process of evaporating water. It is similar to the cool refreshing effect you feel when you immediately step out of a pool.

Evaporative coolers utilize the natural process of water evaporation along with an air-moving system to create effective cooling. Fresh outside air is pulled through wetted filters that cool the air through water evaporation. A blower wheel then circulates the cool air throughout a room, home, or business.

What are the advantages of evaporative cooling?

An evaporative cooling system is eco friendly. Evaporative cooling uses the same cooling principles as found in nature. Evaporative cooling is close to the same effect you feel of cool air when you stand near a waterfall.

The evaporative cooling system uses up to 90% lower peak energy, which implies lower wiring costs. It can be easily used with solar energy and lower requirements of additional power systems.

Evaporative coolers cool the air without the use of refrigerants which can harm the ozone layer. It implies 80% less production of green house gases.

It is the best solution for cooling the drier areas, such as Colorado, with higher humidity. Using an air conditioning system will tend to dehydrate the air.

The wet filters used in evaporative cooling method helps filter the air.

People with severe allergies enjoy evaporative cooling system as they feel wet air less irritating.

Evaporative cooling lowers actual temperature and will nearly always deliver cooler air under a wide variety of typical summertime climatic conditions.

Evaporative cooling lowers effective temperature - the temperature you feel - by at least an additional 4º to 6º. In some cases, the temperature will be lowered more, depending on relative humidity. The rapid motion of cool air increases skin surface evaporation resulting in body heat loss.

Evaporative cooling reduces radiated heat. The constant flow of cool air absorbs heat from all exposed surfaces and results in a reduction of the heat radiated to the human body.

Evaporative cooling provides 100% fresh, cool air continuously while traditional refrigerated air conditioning utilizes a closed system that recirculates the same stale dry air over and over. Constant air movement of the evaporative cooler pushes hot air out removing dust, pollen, smoke, odor, and pollution and replaces it with cool fresh air.

Unlike air conditioning, evaporative cooling does not require an airtight structure to operate at maximum efficiency. In fact, you need to allow your home to "breathe."

 Are evaporative coolers expensive to operate?

Evaporative coolers use 70% less power than air conditioning.

If the air conditioner and the evaporative cooler ran for a comparable period of time, the ratio of energy for the evaporative cooler to the air conditioner would be 0.991 Kw per hour to 3.6 Kw per hour, or 0.275. This means the evaporative cooler would use 72 ½% less power than an air conditioner to cool the same area in the same environment.

Energy Cost Savings
Assuming a new energy cost of .14¢ per Kwh, this comparison would result in a possible net savings of ($362.88 - $99.89) = $262.99 each month! With this type of savings, evaporative coolers are a significant cost effective alternative to air conditioning.

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How much will it cost me to install and Evaporative Cooling system?

There are several factors to be considered in the purchase and installation process of evaporative coolers. Things such as the size of your home, the proper unit size of the evaporative cooler and access to the placement are.

That is why we always send a professional installation consultant to your home to help you consider all the options and help you make the right choice.

How do I get started?

Just give us a call at (303) 750-4242 or click on the estimate request button below and we'll set up the most convenient time for you to meet with one of our professional installation consultants.



Choosing a cooling system and contractor is an important decision. Whether it's for service, maintenance or installation of a new air conditioning system or an evaporative cooler it's a decision you don't take lightly. At Service Network we want to provide you with the most information we can to help you make the right decisions. After all, the safety and comfort of your home and your family are in the hands of the company you choose…

Should I consider air conditioning or evaporative cooling for my home?

In Colorado we are extremely fortunate to have a choice between two types of cooling systems with air conditioning or evaporative cooling. Which is best is dependent upon your personal desires and needs. We want to help you make the right decision, so we have provided a wealth of information on each type of system. Please feel free to browse around. Just click on the links and you will be able to navigate between the two systems. And, of course, should you have any questions please give one of our Comfort Specialists a call at (303) 750-4242.

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