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A Central Air Conditioning System for your home in Suffolk

A split system. A conventional central air-conditioning system consists of an outdoor unit and an indoor unit, connected by pipes that carry a refrigerant compound.

A central air conditioning system relies on a refrigerant to "pump" heat from inside your house to outside. When the refrigerant compound is allowed to expand and change from a liquid into a vapor, it gives up a great deal of heat -- just like perspiration does when it evaporates from your skin. The evaporator coil in the HVAC system is cooled by this phase change. A blower in your system's air handler forces warm interior air through the evaporator, cooling it before it enters the ducts that distribute the air throughout the house.

If your central air conditioning unit is more than 12 years old, replacing it with an ENERGY STAR® qualified model could cut your cooling costs by 30%. Dr. Energy Saver can provide a free air conditioning estimate for replacing an old, inefficient system with advanced equipment that will save energy and improve interior comfort.

Our contractors provide installation, repair, and service on central air in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport News, Hampton, Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Williamsburg, Yorktown, Suffolk, Gloucester, Seaford, Smithfield, Poquoson, Carrollton, Toano, Lanexa, Hayes, Gloucester Point, Barhamsville, Fort Eustis, Surry, Fort Monroe and other nearby locations.

Many homes with central air conditioning have a standard "split" system —an outdoor unit that rests on a concrete pad, and a separate indoor unit that's connected to the ductwork system.

The interior part of a central air conditioning system will include a drain line for the moisture that condenses out of the interior air as it is cooled.

The heat pump cycle can be made to work in reverse, providing heat to interior spaces rather than cooling. When hot weather ends and the heating season begins, a dual-mode heat pump can reverse the refrigerant cycle and begin to warm the air that is blown through your ductwork system. Heat pump systems that supply heating and cooling work best in climates with mild winters.

Dr. Energy Saver provides free air condition estimates for those that live in Norfolk, Virginia Beach, Newport NewsChesapeake, Hampton, Williamsburg, Portsmouth, Suffolk, Gloucester, Yorktown, Seaford, Smithfield, Poquoson, Carrollton, Toano, Lanexa, Hayes, Gloucester Point, Barhamsville, Fort Eustis, Surry, Fort Monroe and other bordering cities.

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Serving VA including the Greater Virginia Beach area
Our Virginia Service Area
Cities in Charles City County, VA
Charles City

Cities in Hampton City County, VA
Fort Monroe
Hampton

Cities in Henrico County, VA
Henrico
Richmond
Sandston

Cities in James City County, VA
Toano
Williamsburg

Cities in New Kent County, VA
Barhamsville
Lanexa
New Kent
Providence Forge
Quinton

Cities in Newport News City County, VA
Fort Eustis
Newport News

Cities in Poquoson City County, VA
Poquoson

Cities in Williamsburg City County, VA
Williamsburg

Cities in York County, VA
Hampton
Seaford
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