Evaporative cooling – Mornington Peninsula
How does evaporative cooling work?
Evaporative cooling units are roof mounted and work by drawing hot air from outside through a series of water soaked pads which, through evaporation, cools the air. A fan then pushes the fresh cooled air into your home through a series of ducts. Hot air in the house is forced out of open windows and doors to provide a complete change of air every few minutes.
A healthy, environmentally friendly option.
As evaporative cooling constantly uses fresh air that is not recycled, it is one of the healthiest, most natural forms of cooling your home and is ideal for children, elderly people, and those who suffer allergies or hayfever.
Evaporative cooling is the most environmentally friendly cooling option on the market as it does not use any refrigerant gas to operate, meaning no harmful greenhouse gas emissions, and is cheaper to install than ducted refrigerated air conditioning.
Save on your running costs.
Evaporative cooling is extremely economical, you can rest easy knowing that you can cool your entire home off a standard power point. When you can cool your home for as little as 5 cents per hour there will be no second thoughts of running your system on those hot summer days.
Evaporative cooling is very quiet to run, with the main noise source (the fan) being roof mounted, so you can operate your system day and night without compromising on the comfort of you or your neighbours.
Why choose Point Nepean Air Conditioning?
Point Nepean Air Conditioning can offer you all of the leading brands available in evaporative cooling from Breezair, Braemar and Brivis. In fact, we are the ONLY Breezair dealer on the entire Mornington Peninsula! Our experienced sales team can recommend the best system for your homes requirements and your budget, then arrange expert fuss-free installation for you.
Check out our amazing range of Evaporative Cooling brands HERE.
So if you are looking for Evaporative cooling, contact our office today for a free quote - (03) 5986 4175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org