Fan & Evaporator Coil Services

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Fan coils heat and circulate air in your forced air heating system, while evaporator coils work with your forced air heating and cooling system to condition the air for circulation throughout your home. CroppMetcalfe can help you choose the perfect coil for your system.

Fan Coils

Fan coils, also known as condenser coils, help your HVAC system efficiently heat and cool your home by either transferring heat to or absorbing heat from indoor air as it circulates over the coils. Fan coils also have the potential to increase your system's SEER rating up to 2 full points – a boost that will reduce your energy consumption and ultimately save you money.                                          

Fan Coil Problems   

  • Corroded coils
  • Damaged fan blades
  • Dirt and dust accumulation

These fan coil problems can interfere with the heat transfer process, resulting in inefficient heating and cooling in your home. Unusually warm indoor temperatures when the AC is running, or cool air blowing from the vents when the heating is on, could indicate an issue with your fan coil.

If left unresolved, these fan coil problems will cause your HVAC unit to work harder than necessary, cutting down its life expectancy and leading to costly repairs over time.

Evaporator Coils

Evaporator coils, often located inside the air handler unit, help remove heat and humidity from the air inside your home. As the refrigerant within the evaporator coil absorbs heat, it changes from a liquid to a gas, and then flows into the fan coil, where that heat is expelled from the unit.

Evaporator Coil Problems

  • Leaking refrigerant
  • Frozen coils
  • Dirty or damaged coils

Low refrigerant levels or a damaged blower fan could cause evaporator coils to freeze, leading your HVAC unit to break down. Problems with your evaporator coil can also affect humidity in your home. When evaporator coils don’t function properly, water that builds up on the coils isn’t adequately drained. This excess moisture can lead to a buildup of bacteria within your unit, and even mold growth in severe circumstances.

Evaporator Coil Replacement

The right evaporator coil is vital for getting the most out of your air conditioner or heat pump. CroppMetcalfe offers a wide range of Performance Series evaporator coils, engineered to fit your specific installation environment and manage the refrigerant to ensure maximum heating and cooling of your home.

Call the HVAC Experts at CroppMetcalfe

Let CroppMetcalfe help you find the HVAC solution that works best for your home. Our 5-Star Technicians expertly install, replace and maintain your system to ensure prime efficiency, safety and comfort.

To schedule HVAC service for your fan coils and evaporator coils, call CroppMetcalfe’s 5-Star Technicians at 703-698-8855 or contact us online today.

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