An evaporative cooler uses a natural process, which is water dissipation in addition to an easy, reputable air-moving unit, in generating reliable cooling. The process entails clean outside air being actually pulled through damp cribs where it gets cooled down through dissipation and then the refreshing air is distributed through a property or structure through a large blower. This at that point causes the decrease of outside air temp through a max of 30 degrees.