Here we grow again! Check out our new Bellevue location

Evergreen has opened our 2nd location in Bellevue, born out of a merger with Eastside Heating & Air Conditioning

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In July 2017 Evergreen State Heat & AC opened up a second location at 1811-130th Ave NE in the Spring District of Bellevue, WA.  This was born out of the combined merger with another local longstanding Trane dealer, Eastside Heating & Air Conditioning.  It is appropriately called Evergreen Eastside Heat & AC.  Chris Tank with Eastside Heating made the decision to buy out his partner Mike Chambers and still employs the third generation of Chambers, as his son Michael Chambers has remained as a Service Technician.

Eastside Heating was founded almost 60 years ago, in 1959, by Bob Chambers in downtown Bellevue. Bob’s son Mike, and Mike’s partner Chris Tank, bought out Bob’s interest in 1992. Eastside has been a Trane Comfort Specialist independent dealer, the highest status Trane HVAC offers, since the founding of that program in 1998.

Evergreen State Sheet Metal, Inc. (ESSM) was founded 50 years ago as an Everett/Snohomish County based company in 1968. Russ & Pam Kimball, who live in Bridle Trails Bellevue, are the third owners who bought ESSM in 1998 twenty years ago. They changed the name in 2001 to Evergreen State Heat & AC to more accurately reflect the business they do.

We are here and looking forward to meet your heating, cooling and indoor comfort needs.  Check out our website www.eeheatac.com or give us a call at 425-968-8702.  We work on both residential and light commercial buildings.

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Recent Testimonial

"This is my 2nd ductless system and I know how hard it is to find someone who knows the technology or even what to expect in heating ones home. After 8 bids on this current system it became obvious that Leslie, Evergreen States heating consultant/sales person, knew her product, cared about what the customer needs and wants were and could offer various options and considerations. For example: the only representative explaining that the electrician could replace some existing breakers with smaller ones in the older panel so as not having to give up existing electric wall units for backup heat. Same product as other bids but she knew various current Mfg. discounts which varied between available models. The quoted cost was on the lower end of all 8 bids. The actual install was smooth with no issues. There was no push for up-front payments or immediate full payment. They handled all the permit applications and pud rebate paperwork. System has worked perfect from the start and after a month there have been no problems."

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