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Other Things to Consider

Perhaps the biggest issue that occurs once you remove a swamp cooler is the air ducts that remain. Swamp coolers generate water, and typically leave a lot of condensation in the air ducts that are left behind. However, they can be costly to remove, so some people opt instead to install air fans that direct more air flow into the area and dry out the water in the ducts.

If you’ve switched to central air due to its efficiency, don’t remove your swamp cooler on your own. It’s heavy and bulky exterior could result in injury, and it will inevitably leave you with a giant hole to patch. Our professionals at Legacy Roofing will complete the entire process, leaving you with beautiful results. For more information about swamp cooler removal, or our other roofing services, give us a call today.