Cooling

Conventional swamp

cooler pads

Air Conditioning


  • Refrigerated air preventative maintenance.
  • Troubleshooting and Repair
  • Refrigerated air conversions.
  • Package units/split systems.
  • Duct design
  • Load calculations
  • Mini Split Systems - Click here to learn more about ductless air conditioners.
















Frequently Asked Questions


How often should I change the filter on my heating/refrigeration unit?

Different conditions in the house determine how often the filter needs to be changed, such as pets, cigarette smoke, dust etc. We recommend checking your filter every 2 months to gauge how often it needs replacement. 



How often should I have refrigerant or freon added to my refrigerated air unit?

If your A/C system is properly installed you should never have to add refrigerant. If your system is leaking refrigerant it is important to get it repaired correctly. We can detect and repair leaks in your A/C system. ​

Single inlet cooler pad

Rebates


  • Refrigerated air conditioners and heat pump systems, now qualify for rebates through PNM. These rebates can be either $200, $300, or $600, depending on efficiency. Click here for more information from PNM.

  • For evaporative coolers, there are two categories. For an advanced window cooler, you can a receive $100 rebate. For advanced single inlet coolers, such as a Mastercool or Aerocool unit, you can receive $300. Click here for more information.

Why does my Spring changeover cost more than my Fall changeover?

The answer is simple: more parts go into a Spring changeover. Usually for the Fall, the only thing that needs to be replaced is the filter on your heater. Sometimes cooler parts need to be replaced if they are broken or worn down, but generally only the heater's filter is replaced.

Evaporative Coolers


  • Seasonal change-overs.
  • Evaporative cooler installation and replacement.
  • Duct design and load calculation.​









Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a single inlet evaporative cooler and a conventional swamp cooler?

A single inlet swamp cooler uses one thick pad as opposed to a conventional cooler, which uses four smaller pads. The smaller pads of a conventional cooler need to be changed at least once per year; sometimes even more frequently if there is a lot of hard water. A single inlet cooler needs its pad changed after a few years of use, and cools 3-5 degrees cooler than a conventional cooler.​