Why It’s Time to Replace Your Swamp Cooler with Central Air

September 21, 2015

As Utah summers get hotter, homeowners look for better options for indoor climate control. They may also look toward the roof only to see an aging swamp cooler on top. Swamp (aka “evaporative”) coolers are common enough in Utah, as they work best in dry, arid climates. However, they function less effectively during sporadic monsoonal weather that brings the humidity up from the south. These coolers also require extra maintenance work each spring and fall. Air conditioners, on the other hand, work at the touch of a button. They cost more upfront, but they

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Hot and Cold: Learn About Plumbing Services

June 16, 2015

When you sit back and relax in the comfort and coolness of your home, do you ever think about the history of your air conditioner? We didn’t think so. Fortunately, we’ve done it for you. Air conditioners and heating systems have a unique history that every homeowner should know about. Although air conditioners date back to the 2nd century, the first modern air conditioner was developed in 1902 for a publishing house to protect papers. Developers soon began to see that functioning HVAC systems were a valuable asset to any home or business. Today, HVAC systems range

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