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Not A Pretty Picture

An evaporator coil is the part of an air conditioner that absorbs the heat from the air in your house.  It’s located inside the blower compartment or air handler and holds the chilled refrigerant.

It’s important to maintain your air conditioning annually.  You can avoid a situation where the evaporator coil becomes rotted out and leaks into your furnace as pictured here.

Verne & Ellsworth Hann, a 5 generation family company, located in Cleveland Heights, highly recommends yearly maintenance on all your HVAC equipment.  It’s always better to be proactive and could end up saving you a lot of headaches and money in the long run!  So mark your calendar and make sure to call Verne & Ellsworth Hann in the spring and fall to maintain your heating and cooling systems!

What People Are Saying

  • Well done, as always.

    - Jeff P.( Moreland Hills, Air Conditioning Installation, July 2018 )
  • I had an exceptional experience.  From office staff on the phone to Chris giving me a quote to the installers, everyone was polite, professional, and respectful.  I was treated as a responsible, knowledgeable homeowner and completely comfortable with the installers in my home. I absolutely made the right decision in hiring them to add central A/C to my home.

    - Julia B.( Cleveland Heights, Air Conditioning Installation, June 2018 )
  • We found the entire experience of working with Verne & Ellsworth Hann to be professional and our expectations for the work were exceeded.  We really appreciate your attention to detail and how thoroughly you completed the work.

    - Kirstan R.( Cleveland Heights, Furnace and Air Conditioning Installation, April 2018 )
  • You guys were amazing!  So happy with you and LOVE our new furnace!

    - Bill F.( Chagrin Falls, Furnace Installation, March 2018 )
  • Professional and courteous.  Fair and accurate estimate.  Great job guys!

    - Steve A.( Solon, Furnace Installation, March 2018 )