At A&E Heating and Air, we know what an investment your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is in your home. That’s why time and time again we recommend regular preventative maintenance on all your HVAC units. You need to invest in your investment. We have had some of our The Dalles, OR, area…Continue Reading
Regularly scheduled maintenance can help you catch symptoms of bigger problems before they become an issue for your business. Catching symptoms of trouble early on can keep your units working efficiently and safely as long as possible. Just like a regular physical, a regularly scheduled maintenance appointment can help find and diagnose problems that would…Continue Reading
Once the cooler weather hits here in Hood River this fall, you are going to want the inside of your home toasty and comfortable. This means turning on your furnace. Long before the first night you’ll want to use it, you should have your furnace cleaned and checked by a professional from A&E Heating and…Continue Reading
A major part of your health relies on getting a good night’s sleep. That’s why it’s not just important to run your air conditioner during the hot summer days. You also need to keep your home comfortably cool at night as well.Continue Reading
As a homeowner here in Oregon, it’s always a good idea to learn as much as you can about your appliances. That means knowing their basic operations, what features are included, and if any necessary upkeep is involved. Needless to say, this is no exception for your air conditioning (AC) unit.Continue Reading
Now that summer is here, we are all looking to save some pennies where we can. So why not start with your costly utility bills? The US Department of Energy says that air conditioning can account for 35 to 40 percent of your utility bill here in Oregon. At A&E Heating and Air, we take energy efficiency seriously. We understand sometimes high energy bills are unavoidable when air conditioning is crucial for comfort during the hot months.Continue Reading
At A&E Heating and Cooling, we’re often asked, “Do air conditioners kill off mold?” This is a common misconception. A properly maintained and functioning air conditioner (AC) can decrease the likelihood of mold growth. This is because it acts as a humidity balancer. But if mold forms, the air conditioner can’t prevent it from growing.Continue Reading
A&E Heating and Air proudly provides HVAC service to Bingen, Carson, Cascade Locks, Hood River, Lyle, Stevenson, The Dalles, Trout Lake, Underwood, White Salmon, and the surrounding communities. Visit our service area page for more coverage details, call us at 541-387-3311, or request service online today.