How evaporative cooling works?
Evaporative cooling comprises of a central cooling unit connected to a series of outlets installed in your ceiling throughout your house. The cooling unit is installed on top of your roof.
The unit draws in fresh air from outside your house, through moistened pads. As the air passes through the pads it is filtered before flowing through the ductwork into your rooms.
The airflow given is compared to a comfortable sea breeze. Unlike refrigerated cooling which requires you to keep windows and doors closed to maintain a cooler temperature, evaporative cooling requires you to leave doors and windows open.
This is great news if you have children who constantly run in and out of the house.