A water panel is constructed of a coated honeycomb mesh that is perfect for absorbing water and is used in a humidifier. It’s important to change your water panel once a year. Not changing the water panel carries several different risks. As you can see from the picture, particles can build up which can create an environment for mold and bacteria. That’s not something you want to flow through the vents in your home! It can reduce the performance of your humidifier by putting a strain on the fan motor and making the humidifier work much harder. It can also reduce the life of your heating system if the humidifier is integrated. Maybe it’s time to give Verne & Ellsworth Hann a call and schedule a technician to check your humidifier and change your water panel. We proudly serve Cleveland Heights and its surrounding area. Don’t have a humidifier? Check back soon to read our next blog about why you should have an Aprilaire whole home humidifier! Or give us a call today!
- Loretta I.( University Heights, HVAC Maintenance, August 2017 )
Your technician, Bruce, serviced my HVAC systems today. Just a note to let you know I was very pleased – he was knowledgeable, helpful and thorough. This was my first experience with your company, and it surpassed expectation.
- Mike M.( Shaker Heights, Air Conditioning Installation, August 2017 )
Bill – thanks again for all the great work. Your guys were very professional and respectful. We love our A/C!
- Craig H.( Cleveland Heights, Furnace and Air Conditioning Installation, July 2017 )
Crew was very professional and personable. We were impressed with the clean-up and their cleaning of fingerprints from the doors!
- Renee P.( Solon, Furnace and Air Conditioning Installation, July 2017 )
Very satisfied with the job performed! The team was polite, punctual and very respectful to me and my home. Kept me very informed every step of the way.
- Adam W.( Cleveland Heights, Air Conditioning Installation, July 2017 )
We were very happy with everything and it was great working with Bill throughout the project. Thank you!