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July 2014
Melton Design Build

Awesome Outdoor Kitchens and Great Grilling Stations

With 300+ days of sunshine per year, Colorado is the perfect place for outdoor living. Nothing makes the outdoor living experience as complete as a fully equipped kitchen right in your own backyard. READ MORE »

Melton Design Build
Melton Design Build

Outdoor Inspiration

Whether you use your outdoor kitchen for entertaining or just cooking, make it user-friendly and reflective of your personal style. Check out our ideabook on Houzz.com for some inspiration for beautiful and functional outdoor cooking spaces. SEE MORE »

We Love Houzz

Houzz is the new Pinterest for those who love home design. We ask our clients to create Houzz ideabooks to gather ideas for their remodeling and custom home projects. Houzz is chock full of beautiful, inspiring images. CHECK IT OUT TODAY »

Talk To Us About Your Project

Schedule a consultation to speak with one of our project development managers who can help you understand the Melton process and discuss your upcoming remodeling project. TALK TO US »

Decorate Your Deck

Melton Welcomes

Melton welcomes to the team Mathew Stackpole, senior designer. Mathew joins us with 17 years' of experience in architectural design. He holds a degree in Environmental Design from the University of Colorado. His experience includes 5 years running his own residential design practice and an additional 12 years  in the design industry. Welcome Mathew!

Ty's Tips

Ty's Tips

Perform a Mid-Summer Check-Up of Your Swamp Cooler
Keep your home cooler with a swamp cooler that is running at maximum efficiency. Perform the following check-ups to ensure the rest of your summer is cool and comfortable.

Check the water level. The water level in the bottom tray should be about one inch below the top of the tray. It should be below the top of the overflow pipe. If the water level is too high or too low, adjust the float arm.

Make sure your float valve is working. If the valve sticks, the water will run continuously, causing water to overflow the tray and be wasted. Try adjusting the float arm. If that doesn't fix the problem, install a new float valve or call a cooler specialist.

Check all other working parts, including the pump, motor and fan belt. If needed, lubricate the blower assembly bearing and the motor if it has an oil receptacle.

Check the condition of the cooler pads. The cleaner the pads, the more efficient the cooler. If they have a heavy accumulation of mineral deposits or if they look worn, replace them.

Some coolers have a "bleed-off valve" to drain the recirculating water to prevent excessive mineral buildup. Make sure the valve is adjusted properly to drain no more water than is necessary. Check your manufacturer's recommendations for best results.

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