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D-Air Conditioning

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We are D-Air Services Ltd, we are an air conditioning company who deal with installation, servicing and repair works from ...
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Though we are a newly formed company, as individuals we have a wealth of experience and wisdom that goes beyond fixing min...
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RU Cooling Services

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We are a small company with 20 years in the industry specialising in air conditioning installations. We have very high sta...
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CKS GROUP

9 review(s)
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Cks Group is a family run business. Our goal is to provide our customers with the best possible service, but at the best p...
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AC Air

3 review(s)
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F GAS certified (FGAS2003590) Air Conditioning Installation Professionals Installation of your Air Conditioning can see...
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We are a family run heating and air conditioning company based in Market Deeping near Peterborough. Offering heating and c...

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16 Aug

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Bedford - MK41

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16 Aug

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Bedford - MK45

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7.1kw unit with external unit. to cover living room 12x6. 5-8 meters max from outside unit to internal unit. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached how many units ar...

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15 Aug

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Luton - LU2

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12 Aug

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Bedford - MK41

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11 Aug

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Bedford - MK45

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7.1kw unit with external unit. to cover living room 12x6. 5-8 meters max from outside unit to internal unit. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached how many units ar...

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08 Aug

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Bedford - MK45

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07 Aug

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Dunstable - LU6

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06 Aug

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Biggleswade - SG18

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03 Aug

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Biggleswade - SG18

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Bedford - MK45

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Luton - LU3

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30 Jul

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Bedford - MK45

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28 Jul

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Sandy - SG19

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aircon 3 wall units in three rooms are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached how many units are you looking for: 3+ units are these to be: wall mounted what level of se...

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28 Jul

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Luton - LU3

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25 Jul

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Luton - LU2

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Multisplit Air Con System - 2 Outdoor Units and 4 Indoor Units. 2x 4KW System 2x 3.5KW System

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25 Jul

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Leighton Buzzard - LU7

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house air conditioning / heat exchangers for 4 bedroom link detached house that has cavity wall insulation. are you the property owner: owner of the property property type: detached what level of serv...

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24 Jul

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Luton - LU3

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Inverter air conditioner

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22 Jul

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Bedford - MK41

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3.5kw air con unit. Inside and outside units can go on either side of the same wall

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20 Jul

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Bedford - MK44

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I would like a quote on air conditioning for one bedroom measuring approx 15x 12 feet please.

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18 Jul

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Sandy - SG19

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How much do Air Conditioning Engineer services cost?

How much do Air Conditioning Engineers in Bedfordshire cost?
Costs for Air Conditioning Engineers around Bedfordshire can vary depending on the type of task that you want to have done in your residence. It's the question we get asked a whole lot "how much do Air Conditioning Engineers in Bedfordshire charge?". It's definitely really good to have an idea of how much a Air Conditioning Engineer will likely charge for their services. Rates will probably change based upon the materials and also the tradesperson picked. The table shows the sorts of service that Air Conditioning Engineers normally do as well as the typical price variety of these tasks. Some tasks take longer to complete than others so costs do vary by project.

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The average price
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£5,831

Air Conditioning Engineer job Air Conditioning Engineer cost in 2022
Air conditioning in Bedfordshire £813-£10,346
Commercial Air Conditioning in Bedfordshire £1,047-£11,559
Office Air Conditioning in Bedfordshire £1,047-£11,559
Server Room Air Conditioning in Bedfordshire £1,047-£11,559
Shop Air Conditioning in Bedfordshire £1,047-£11,559
Conservatory Air Conditioning in Bedfordshire £813-£10,263
Air Conditioning Service in Bedfordshire £680-£10,075

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Air Conditioning Engineer FAQs

Will an air conditioning engineer let me know if I need planning permission?

Are you planning to install a new climate control in your home or property? If yes, then there are a number of things you’d have to consider before making a financial commitment and that’s related to air conditioning planning permission. It’s crucial to equip yourself with the facts so as to avoid any hiccups along the ways and end up with an AC system that works well and complies with all relevant air conditioning regulations. In this post, we’re going to give you a good insight into planning permission for air conditioning in homes. Let’s take a look!

In general, majority of small air conditioning installations do not need planning permission. In other words, you don’t have to submit a planning permission application to install an air conditioning system in your home or property – if you want to, simply go ahead with it. However, there’s a need to ensure that your external air conditioning units meet some regulations. These regulations include:

  • It isn’t bigger than 0.6m3
  • It’s over a metre from the boundaries of any property
  • It’s more than a metre away from the edge of a flat roof
  • It shouldn’t be fitted on a pitched roof

In addition, you’d have to ensure that there isn’t a wind turbine on the property. For a more accurate information, it’s more advisable to reach out to your local authority for advice on air conditioning planning permission before installing your air conditioning unit. They’re in a much better position to advise you on how to ensure that your air conditioning complies with the relevant regulations as well as whether or not you’ll need a planning permission.
 

how much is an air conditioning unit?

In several parts of the UK, air conditioning systems are a must especially in the warmer summer months. Fortunately, if your AC system isn’t functioning the way it’s supposed to, suffers frequent system breakdowns when overworked mostly during the hot summer days or perhaps you’re just tired of just having to manage with window units, the latest air conditioning units offers both features and performance that’s superior to the earlier models. And as you would have expected, each facet comes with a cost.

There are a number of factors that can determine the cost of an air conditioning unit. Out of all these factors, the size of your home happens to be the most significant factor that influences an air conditioning unit’s cost. Air conditioning systems are measured in tons, which is a measure of the amount of heat they’re able to remove from a home within an hour. As a rule of thumb, you’ll require about 1 ton of cooling per 500 to 600 square feet. Unfortunately, the square footage alone can’t be used to determine the tonnage. Other factors that’ll also play a significant role includes the efficiency of your most preferred AC unit, how well the home is insulated as well as the thermal nature of your home. On the average, a new air conditioning system for an average home should be within the range of £1000 to £3000 for a unit as well as the installation costs which can vary largely depending on the condition of your ducts. These figures may seem quite expensive, but when the hot summer days come, you’d be glad to have had one installed in your home.

is it more efficient to leave air conditioning on?

We all know how helpful air conditioning systems can be especially during the hot summer season which is great at making your home feel nothing less than an inferno. So if you have an AC system, you’d probably want to know if leaving it on will be cheaper and more efficient.

The short and simple answer to this question is yes, leaving your air conditioning system on will make make it cheaper and more efficient. This isn’t what you or many other people will have in mind though. Under no circumstances should you leave you air conditioning system on full blast 24/7. To make your air conditioning system more efficient by leaving it on has a right and wrong way you can go about it. Let’s have a look!

If you’d ever noticed, any time you turn your air conditioner off during a very a hot day, even if it’s for just a couple of hours, things tend to get thrown out of balance pretty quickly. When turned back on, your AC system will have to work even harder to restore the usual comfort levels in the room. When you abuse this dial in such a fashion, the AC system can only become more inefficient rather than making your home more comfortable quickly.

On the other hand, your AC system ( when tuned to the right settings) can help maintain the proper temperature and humidity balance within your home instead of turning it off while away. And upon getting back, you can simply turn down the thermostat a bit which helps you prevent the usual stagnant air that you’d be hit with when your return home (with the AC system turned off) that’ll have you racing for the dial.

Can air conditioning make you ill?

If used and maintained properly, air conditioning can actually be a great way to create a healthier environment. As well as controlling the temperature, it also filters your air, removing pollutants like dust, pollen and mould particles.

However, to maximise these benefits, it’s important to keep your system clean. Dirty units and systems can become a health hazard, so always make sure you service your air conditioning at least once or twice a year.

how much is an air conditioning unit?

In several parts of the UK, air conditioning systems are a must especially in the warmer summer months. Fortunately, if your AC system isn’t functioning the way it’s supposed to, suffers frequent system breakdowns when overworked mostly during the hot summer days or perhaps you’re just tired of just having to manage with window units, the latest air conditioning units offers both features and performance that’s superior to the earlier models. And as you would have expected, each facet comes with a cost.

There are a number of factors that can determine the cost of an air conditioning unit. Out of all these factors, the size of your home happens to be the most significant factor that influences an air conditioning unit’s cost. Air conditioning systems are measured in tons, which is a measure of the amount of heat they’re able to remove from a home within an hour. As a rule of thumb, you’ll require about 1 ton of cooling per 500 to 600 square feet. Unfortunately, the square footage alone can’t be used to determine the tonnage. Other factors that’ll also play a significant role includes the efficiency of your most preferred AC unit, how well the home is insulated as well as the thermal nature of your home. On the average, a new air conditioning system for an average home should be within the range of £1000 to £3000 for a unit as well as the installation costs which can vary largely depending on the condition of your ducts. These figures may seem quite expensive, but when the hot summer days come, you’d be glad to have had one installed in your home.

Is it more efficient to leave A/C on?

We all know how helpful air conditioning systems can be especially during the hot summer season which is great at making your home feel nothing less than an inferno. So if you have an AC system, you’d probably want to know if leaving it on will be cheaper and more efficient.

 

The short and simple answer to this question is yes, leaving your air conditioning system on will make make it cheaper and more efficient. This isn’t what you or many other people will have in mind though. Under no circumstances should you leave you air conditioning system on full blast 24/7. To make your air conditioning system more efficient by leaving it on has a right and wrong way you can go about it. Let’s have a look!

 

If you’d ever noticed, any time you turn your air conditioner off during a very a hot day, even if it’s for just a couple of hours, things tend to get thrown out of balance pretty quickly. When turned back on, your AC system will have to work even harder to restore the usual comfort levels in the room. When you abuse this dial in such a fashion, the AC system can only become more inefficient rather than making your home more comfortable quickly.

 

On the other hand, your AC system ( when tuned to the right settings) can help maintain the proper temperature and humidity balance within your home instead of turning it off while away. And upon getting back, you can simply turn down the thermostat a bit which helps you prevent the usual stagnant air that you’d be hit with when your return home (with the AC system turned off) that’ll have you racing for the dial.

Do You Need Conservatory Air Conditioning?

In the UK, conservatories are a very popular structure that you’ll find on almost every home or property. Not only do they offer owners an extra living space where they can relax and enjoy the breathtaking view of their gardens, but they also go a long way to add value to their property. However, due to the fact that conservatories are built mostly with plain glass, their usage is highly influenced by the weather outside. During the summer months, they usually get swelteringly hot while during the winter months they can easily get too cold to withstand. As a result, the usage of a conservatory is normally limited to only a number of months in a year. And that’s exactly where an air conditioning system comes in!

 

If you wish to derive maximum benefits from your conservatory all year round, then you simply can’t afford to overlook installing an air conditioning system for a bunch of reasons. In this post, we’re to consider a few reason why conservatory air conditioning is important. Let’s take a look!

  • It helps you enjoy your conservatory all year round. What’s the use of building a conservatory if you can’t use it throughout the year? With an air conditioning system, you can create a comfortable and relaxing environment for your conservatory.
  • It prevents overheating of appliances. Do you know appliances like PCs, mobile phones and the like can be spoilt when there’s too much heat? If you happen to have some of your appliances in the conservatory, installing an air conditioning system inside the structure will protect your appliances from overheating when the heat turns up.
Why is Professional Air Conditioning Installation Important in an office?

If you’ve made the decision to purchase an air conditioning system for your office, the next step is deciding whether to install the unit yourself or get in touch with a professional for help. To several business owners, this is a very simply decision to make, - a lot of money can be saved by making the task a DIY project. However, the installation of a heating and cooling system requires some specific skills and knowledge that, when not properly mastered, can lead to some installation faults which will ultimately make the system consume more energy than necessary while also affecting its durability. On the other hand, installation done by a well trained professional will not only save you a lot of money, but will also ensure you get to enjoy your system for a long period of time.

If you’re yet to be convinced about the importance of a professionally installed office air conditioning system, here are some point that just might make you have a rethink.

  • Professionals are experienced and highly skilled. When it comes to the installation of heating and cooling systems in a work environment, there’s a need to call in a reliable professional. This is because AC system installation requires a well trained individual who know just how best to ensure your AC system works efficiently and for a long period of time.
  • Most professionals are insured. When you call in an insured office air conditioning expert, you’ll have a peace of mind knowing you’re fully covered in case something goes wrong during the installation process.
  • Professionals able to provide expert advice. Having a good experience in field and good knowledge of heating and cooling systems, professionals are able to provide helpful tips such as maintenance procedures so as to ensure you get to enjoy your investment for a prolonged period.

Air Conditioning Engineer help and advice

4 reasons your office needs good air conditioning Published: 08/06/2021 Considering that workplace cooling happened, there have actually been disagreements over it. Scientists have actually shown that females really feel the cool more than males, so there are continuous fights over the thermostat and also whether a person must just put a jumper on in the middle of summer. Yet workplace a/c is really essential […] Read this article
6 Clues You Could Need an Air Conditioning Service Published: 30/07/2019 Your air conditioning is a really valuable part of your property. It can help you heat and cool the air, make your environment healthier, improve security and more. But you’ll only get long-term benefits from your climate control if you maintain it – and this means getting an air conditioning service when you need one. […] Read this article
What to Do with Your R22 Refrigerant Air Conditioning System Published: 21/06/2019 Refrigerant is a vital part of your air conditioning system, used to move heat out of and into the air. Lots of air conditioning systems used to use R22 refrigerant, but you can’t use these from new anymore. Plenty of air conditioners still use R22 – the one in your property could be one of […] Read this article

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