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We are recruiting for an Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineer!

We are recruiting for an Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineer!

New-Air are looking for a skilled engineer to join our team, if you are looking for new employment and can fulfil our general requirements as listed below; please feel free to contact us: Fully qualified in City and Guilds Level 2 Air Conditioning and Refrigeration with minimum two years' work experience Current FGas J11 (Safe Handling of Refrigerant) certification PASMA trained (preferable) Full driving licence In addition to your technical expertise you will also need good communication and customer care skills and be flexible to work occasionally out of hours when required. Package includes competitive hourly rate, company vehicle and smartphone. Working out of our Southampton office you will be working on a mobile basis across Hampshire and the surrounding areas with duties...

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We Welcome Another New Engineer to the Team!

We Welcome Another New Engineer to the Team!

We welcome another new starter, Kevin Affleck to our Engineering Team.  Kevin has a wealth of experience with over 25 years working in the air conditioning and refrigeration industry under his belt.  We are very pleased to have him onboard with his extensive knowledge and expertise.  He will be a valued addition to our already well tuned team.        

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Air Conditioning Maintenance FAQs:

Air Conditioning Maintenance FAQs:

Maintenance of an air conditioning system is sometimes deemed to be unnecessary – you pay money out but what’s really being done? We have answered a few commonly asked questions below. (more…)

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How Can Your Office Benefit From Air Conditioning?

How Can Your Office Benefit From Air Conditioning?

Reduction in staff absences Studies have shown that individuals who work in offices with air conditioning units take fewer days off sick than those that don't, especially during the summer months. There are many theories regarding why this is, one is that the presence of air conditioning in an office raises the comfort of the environment so people feel better at work when they are under the weather, another is that air conditioning improves the overall health of the staff. Air conditioning systems filter dust particles out of the air within the surrounding environment with newer systems incorporating filtration technology to absorb odours, and filter fine dust, invisible mould spores and harmful micro-organisms. Increasing comfort to boost morale If you...

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