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    Archive: January 2020

    Is Being An HVAC Engineer A Worthwhile Occupation?

    Here at A&E Air Conditioning and Heating we might be slightly biased, but we believe that all our HVAC engineers are more than happy they chose this career path. Asides from the fact they all work for a wonderful boss, there are a good many additional reasons why anyone who […]

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    Ensuring The Space Around Your Gas Furnace Is Safe

    Gas furnaces need a good supply of air to work efficiently and safely. In addition, as your furnace should be checked regularly, and at least once a year for servicing, the engineer will need space in which to work around your furnace. Restrict airflow and your furnace will cost more […]

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    When You Need to Consider Replacing Your Air Conditioning Unit

    How many of you have been caught out by what is referred to as “throwing good money after bad”? When a repair is always going to cost less that a replacement where appliances are concerned, it is difficult to look at the longer-term picture and realize that there comes a […]

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    Why Gas Furnaces Are So Popular

    It may seem an unusual question when you consider just how many people have them and you might assume that they have gas furnaces because that was what was installed in the property when they bought it. You’d be surprised just how many people make a conscious decision to have […]

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    Zone Control – How To Make The Most of Your HVAC Unit

    The goal of using a forced air HVAC unit is for it to work as efficiently and economically as possible. So, is there anything you can do to help?  The answer is yes, use zone control, as installing a zone control system will help you get the maximum from your […]

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    The Importance of Ductwork on Your HVAC’s Efficiency and Effectiveness

    Having a great HVAC unit is pointless if the ducting throughout your home is not correctly configured and used. It may seem odd, but if you get the balance of airflow wrong, not only will this lead to putting extra strain on your HVAC unit, but that, in turn, will […]

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    The Importance of a Well-Balanced Airflow In Your Home

    If you want to live comfortably in your home, you would be surprised just how important the role of good airflow plays. Get it wrong and you can suffer from uneven cooling or heating, and poor indoor air quality, as well as end up with higher-than-needed fuel bills. So, what […]

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    Carbon Monoxide – You Can’t See It And You Can’t Smell It, But You Can Still Detect It

    There is an expression that says: “What you don’t know can’t hurt you,” but there isn’t a version for what you can’t see. In fact, when it comes to carbon monoxide, it is more a case of: “What you can’t see and can’t smell will hurt you.” Here at A&E […]

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    Four Furnace Smells You Shouldn’t Ignore

    From time to time a strange smell may enter your home, and it can take hours to work out what the culprit is. If the culprit turns out to be your HVAC unit, then you’re going to need to call out a heating engineer. Here are four of the most […]

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    How Good Are You With New Year Resolutions?

    How many times have you made a New Year resolution or three, and by the end of January, you’ve broken them all? We have no idea why the Ancient Babylonians decided to introduce resolutions into their new year 4,000 years ago, but they wouldn’t have been much use today as […]

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