A swamp cooler, also known as an evaporative cooler, is an appliance that cools an area of low humidity by increasing the moisture content of the air. The heat in the area evaporates the moisture, making the area cooler. More »

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Adding a swamp cooler to a home can deliver benefits including lower indoor temperatures, ample fresh air flow and reduced operating costs versus air-conditioning systems. Swamp coolers can also work with air conditioner... More »

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The process of replacing of an evaporative cooler, also known as a swamp cooler, with an air conditioner varies based on the type of cooler being replaced. Portable, window unit and central swamp coolers can be replaced ... More »

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When the humidity is low, the evaporation of water by a swamp cooler lowers the air temperature. These devices use a fan to pull air across wet pads to cause evaporation. The process lowers air temperature by 15 to 40 de... More »

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A dehumidifier is a home appliance that pulls excess moisture from the air inside the house. Portable dehumidifiers come in different sizes to match the area of the room. Whole-house dehumidifiers that work with heating ... More »

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An exterior exhaust vent circulates air, moisture, grease, steam and smoke to an outdoor area of a home or business. Exterior vents are often attached to major appliances, such as a downdraft oven, dryer, furnace, water ... More »

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A convection heater warms an area by blowing air across heating elements inside the appliance. The air absorbs heat from the heating elements before the air is circulated throughout the room. This type of heater typicall... More »

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