Evaporative coolers collect windblown dust and pollen. This build up of dirt and grime eventually clog up the unit, which leads to blocked filter pads, circulation pump troubles and blockages within the water distribution system. As a consequence, less air flow is distributed throughout the house and the risk of component breakdown is higher, resulting in higher running costs and the potential for costly repairs.
Like most appliances, regular maintenance is required to prevent the build up of dirt, slime and mould within an evaporative cooling system. Evaporative coolers can build up a substantial amount of bacteria, which then gets distributed through your duct work, contaminating the air that you breathe. Domestic evaporative air conditioners must be cleaned before summer for a cleaner and more efficient system.
Domestic evaporative air conditioners must be cleaned before summer for a cleaner and more efficient system.