Providing Cooling Solutions to New Mexico Homeowners
As a New Mexico homeowner, you have probably struggled to keep your property cool and comfortable during the extreme summer heat. If your current cooling system just isn’t meeting your needs, it may be time to consider other HVAC options for your home. Evaporative cooling is one great way to keep your family cool!
Let HVAC professionals take care of all your cooling needs! Schedule an appointment today to learn more about evaporative cooling.
Types of Evaporative Cooling
To accommodate each customer’s unique needs, B. Carlson Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing offers a variety of evaporative cooling options. Our two most popular styles include:
- Conventional standard evaporative cooler
- Single inlet evaporative cooler
Both cooler styles provide great comfort and reliability! We also offer many different evaporative cooler controls to fit your space and your budget. Whether you are replacing your home’s evaporative cooler, or adding evaporative cooling to a large warehouse, we have the right equipment and expertise to get the job done.
Evaporative Cooling Installation & Replacement
For all evaporative cooling installation and replacement, you can rely on the HVAC professionals at B. Carlson to get the job done! We offer 24/7 emergency service to make sure that no homeowner is stuck without cool air during a warm New Mexico summer. So if you’re looking to install a Champion, MasterCool, or Breezair evaporative system, we can help!
Call Albuquerque’s evaporative cooling experts at B. Carlson today at 505-225-3016!
Breezair Evaporative Cooling (Best)
Unlike air conditioning that requires harsh, earth-unfriendly chemicals to cool the air, Breezair uses only water. That makes the Breezair Evaporator Cooler Series the green alternative—and the environmentally conscious choice. Choose from 2 speed EXT, the variable speed with belt drive EXV, or the variable speed Icon series with ECM direct drive motor for super quiet and efficient operation. The Icon also features capacities up to 9500 CFM and with the variable speed ECM motor can cool your entire home for what it costs to operate a single light bulb!
MasterCool Evaporative Cooling (Better)
MasterCool has been America’s top evaporative cooling choice for years! While many air conditioners use harmful chemical refrigerants such as CFCs to produce cool air, the MasterCool relies on clean water to do its job. This innovative evaporative cooler is designed for environmentally friendly and energy conscious consumers. The MasterCool is constructed from the finest quality metal and parts available, making it a very durable product. The efficiency of MasterCool products means all-natural, clean comfort with lower energy bills!
Champion Evaporative Cooling (Good)
Champion is the leader in conventional evaporative coolers. They are high quality and made in the USA. We carry a variety of sizes and configurations from 3000 CFM residential units all the way up to 11625 CFM for commercial applications. We also offer a Digital Cooler Controller for easy operation of our Champion evaporative coolers. Champion is the most cost effective choice for replacing or adding evaporative cooling to your home or business.
Evaporative Cooling Repair
Our team of cooling experts will be able to assess your unit and promptly make all necessary fixes. If your evaporative cooler has been sounding funny and not producing the results you want, contact us today to schedule your repair.
Evaporative Cooling Maintenance
Your cooling system can only remain operating at peak efficiency if you give it the maintenance it needs. Our team offers a 17-point cooling tune-up to ensure your system is ready to take on whatever heat Mother Nature throws it’s way. Our evaporative cooling inspection make sure your system’s:
- Covers are removed and stored
- Switches/thermostat are calibrated and program checked
- Pads are cleaned or replaced depending on style
- Water distribution and pan are cleaned and checked for leaks (cooler coating is additional if needed)
- Water supply line is connected and inspected for leaks
- Water level is adjusted and inspected for leaks
- Float is adjusted and checked for leaks
- Blower fan and bearings are cleaned and lubricated
- Motors are inspected adjusted and cleaned
- Belts and pulleys are inspected and adjusted
- Equipment wiring is inspected and loose connections tightened
- Pumps and screens are cleaned and inspected
- Bleed off line is inspected and adjusted (if applicable)
- Relief air is adjusted
- Dampers are adjusted, installed, or removed (as applicable)
- Duct system is inspected and airflow adjusted
- Cycle system is checked for proper operation and overall comfort
Keep your evaporative cooling system running all summer long. Learn more about our Preferred Service Agreements!
Evaporative Cooling vs. Refrigerated Air
Before choosing evaporative cooling for your home, you will also want to consider the benefits of refrigerated air. While evaporative cooling is ideal for hot, dry climates, such as New Mexico, refrigerated air functions well in any climate! If you would like to add moisture to your home’s air, an evaporative cooler is the way to go. If you would like to reduce the moisture levels in your home or keep them consistent, refrigerated air will offer you a better solution.
Learn more about refrigerated air!
Benefits & Drawbacks of Evaporative Cooling
To help you make the best decision for your home or commercial space, here are some benefits and drawbacks to conventional evaporative cooling:
To speak with an HVAC professional about which type of cooling system is ideal for your home, call B. Carlson today at 505-225-3016.
Evaporative Cooling Service in the Albuquerque Area
B. Carlson services Albuquerque and the surrounding areas including: Corrales, Rio Rancho, Los Ranchos, Alameda, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Placitas, Bernalillo, Los Lunas, Bosque Farms, Belen, East Mountains, Edgewood, Socorro, Sandia Heights, Tanoan, Four Hills, High Desert, Nob Hill, Ridgecrest, Taylor Ranch, Paako, Bear Canyon, Cherry Hills, Ladera, North Valley and South Valley, Oxbow, Paradise Hills, Ventana Ranch, West Mesa, Las Campanas, Sandia Park, Tijeras, San Pedro Creek, and other surrounding areas.