Two major factors affect the cost of a swamp cooler Sandpoint installation. That is the cooler size and the location of where it will be installed. The size of your home can add to the cost too. It is only logical to think that if you have a large home, you will need a larger Sandpoint swamp cooler. The bigger the unit, the more expensive it will be. A 2,000 square foot home that has an 8-foot ceiling typically needs a swamp cooler that can produce around 480000 cubic feet. You will save a lot of money if you purchase a much smaller unit. However, buying a small swamp cooler can be pointless if it does not have the capacity to cool your home. It can be effective if you only want to cool down just a small portion or particular room in your home.
Estimated final cost for swamp cooler
|Air Conditioning Unit Cost||1 Unit||$2,340.51|
|Air Conditioning Unit Labor||6.6 Hours||$355.68|
|Air Conditioning Unit Job Materials and Supplies||1 Unit||$26.53|
|Air Conditioning Unit Equipment Allowance||$34.97|
|Totals - Cost to Install Air Conditioning - 1 Unit||$2,757.69|
|Average Cost Per Unit||$2,757.68|