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Save Energy with An Air Conditioning Tune UP

Darren Kincaid - Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Central Plumbing and Heating, Chesapeake, VAGetting your air conditioner tuned up is important in extending the life of your central AC, but it is also essential in the efficiency of your AC.

Central Plumbing and Heating knows that your Central Air Conditioning and your heating system are a huge part of your home budget each year, there is every reason to make it as efficient as possible.

In fact, one of the chief benefits of an air conditioning tune-up is a significant reduction in energy consumption. Sometimes more than 20%!

A Tune-up includes include inspection, lubrication, calibration, and cleaning. The entire system is completely checked to make sure that the air conditioning system is operating properly.

If you need an air conditioning tune-up, call Central Plumbing and Heating. For more information on AC tune-up in Chesapeake, VA, contact Central Plumbing and Heating .

Landlords Must Maintain the Air Conditioning

Darren Kincaid - Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Central Plumbing and HeatingLandlords have some hefty responsibilities—include providing tenants with a roof over their head, taking care of repairs, and making sure the property is safe and up to code. But there are other obligations that they should be providing as well.

It's true that landlord responsibilities vary widely because of local laws and lease terms. But some of their duties and obligations are more or less standard across the board. One of these is maintaining the air conditioning system.

Maintaining the air-conditioning system

If the lease specifies that tenants are entitled to a working air conditioner, landlords have to maintain it. If a heat-related illness occurred as the result of the landlord not fixing the air conditioner, it could be considered negligence by a judge, especially in a situation where the property is occupied by someone elderly or very young.

Certain property management companies set specific criteria for when they have to repair air conditioning. For example, if the weather report says it's supposed to be over 85 degrees Fahrenheit on a certain day, as a landlord you have to make sure the air conditioning is working.

For more information on air conditioning repairs and maintenance in Chesapeake, VA for multi-family properties, rental properties and apartment complexes, contact Central Plumbing and Heating.

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Reasons for an AC Tune-Up

Darren Kincaid - Thursday, June 15, 2017

Central Plumbing and Heating, Chesapeake, VAHeating and cooling technicians often find mice and chipmunks and spiders and other unwelcome critters in air conditioning units during spring inspections. They make their nest in the outdoor unit’s electrical service panel and create all kinds of havoc. Even spider nests interfere with the low voltage process.

The potential for a rodent invasion is just one reason why it’s important to get your air conditioning system checked, before the weather warms up too much.

In addition, a properly maintained system lasts longer, costs less to run, and is more efficient.

According to HomeAdvisor.com, lack of maintenance is the number one killer of HVAC systems.

The site recommends getting a professional tune-up before every cooling season.

Energy.gov reports that 48 percent of the energy use in a typical home in the United States goes to heating and cooling. For most homeowners, that makes it their largest household energy expense.

It’s all the more reason to make sure these systems are operating at peak efficiency.

While a spring tune-up ensures optimum operating conditions, such routine seasonal maintenance also helps uncover hidden problems that include mold or bacteria building up in the drain system inside the house. A professional can easily and quickly detect and treat these problem.

A multi-point check involves opening up the air-conditioning unit and checking for uninvited guests as well as other potential issues. Technicians make sure cooling coils are clean so they function at peak performance.

Here are three easy steps that homeowners can take care of on their own:

1. Change the furnace filter.

Many people think their furnace filter only applies to the heating season, but it's very critical in the cooling season as well. Lack of clean air flow will cause your unit to stop cooling and ice up inside, creating a service call that could be avoided.

2. Adjust the furnace humidifier.

Summers are humid enough without adding moisture to the air, so set the humidistat to the off position. While you’re at it, flip the duct damper from winter to summer, too.

3. Change the batteries in the thermostat.

This is especially true if you’re experiencing a problem. Before making a service call, check your thermostat batteries. You don’t want to pay for a visit only to discover that the problem is dead batteries.

The most important tip to homeowners who are getting ready for the warmer weather?

Don’t be afraid to call a pro if you have questions. There’s no such thing as a stupid question. If you don’t understand something, give us a call and we’ll talk you through it on the phone.

Oh, and if they happen to find a dead rodent in your system when conducting your annual air condition inspection, they’ll remove it at no extra charge.

For more information on AC tune-up in Chesapeake, VA, call Central Plumbing and Heating .

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Air Conditioner Tune-Up: What is it? – Chesapeake, VA

Darren Kincaid - Tuesday, May 23, 2017
  • Check & Clean Condenser Coil - Foreign material on the condenser coil reduces the system's capacity to remove heat from the house. Checking and cleaning the condenser coils can extends the life of the system and saves money on energy bills.
  • Check Voltage and Amperage on Motors - Improper voltage and amperage can significantly reduce the life of the compressor, evaporator, and condenser motor. Extends the life of the system.
  • Check and Adjust Blower Components - Proper adjustment and cleanliness of blower and components are necessary for adequate airflow. Avoids costly service call, saves money on fuel costs.
  • Check Condensate Drain, Clean if Necessary - A clogged condensate drain can cause severe water damage to the furnace as well as affect indoor humidity levels. May also create potential for mold spoors. Saves money on energy bill, extends life of the system.
  • Check Operation Pressure For Proper Refrigerant Charge - Improper refrigerant charge, too much or too little, could damage the compressor and could cause high electric bills through a reduction in system efficiency. Saves money on energy bill, extends life of the system.
  • Check All Safety Controls - Essential for proper protection of system. Assures safety of unit.
  • Calibrate Thermostat - An improperly calibrated thermostat will call for more or less cooling than desired. The former will cost you money, the latter will cost you comfort. Saves money on energy bills, increases comfort
  • Lubricate Blower - Lubrication of the blower in your furnace reduces friction, thus your blower will operate more quietly and inexpensively. It will also extend the blower's life by keeping it running cooler. Saves money on energy bill, extends life of system.
  • Check The Condenser Is Level - A condenser was designed to operate on a level surface. The condenser will operate quietly, efficiently and for it's designed life if these conditions exist. Extends life of system, avoids costly service calls
  • Check Starting Capabilities - Assures system will start and operate when needed. Extends life of system, saves money on energy bill.
  • Lubricate Outside Fan - Lubrication of outside fan unit will extend the life of the system and make it less expensive to operate. Extends life of system, saves money on energy bill.
  • Check All Electrical Connections - Loose connections cause improper voltage to various components, making then either inoperative or causing eventual failure. May also risk sparking or starting of fire in the unit. Extends life of system, assures safety.
  • Check Temperature Drop - By checking the actual degrees of temperature drop throughout your system, our technician can pinpoint whether or not your system is actually cooling your home like you want it to. Assures total system efficiency.
  • Check Fins On Outside Condensing Unit - By checking the fins on your unit, our technician can increase the air flow through your unit, saving you money and extending the life of your condenser coils. Extends life of system, saves money on energy bill.
  • Clean Evaporator Coil - Dirt and dust on the evaporator coil reduce the system's capacity to remove heat from the house. Extends life of system, saves money on energy bill.
  • Inspect The Suction Line And the Liquid Line - By checking the lines to be sure they are free and clear of all obstacles and that all fittings are tight, refrigerant leakage can be prevented. Saves money on refrigerant, helps the environment.
  • Inspect The Filter - A dirty filter can reduce airflow and make your unit work harder. Saves money on energy bill.
  • Rustproof Outdoor Unit - Prolongs the life of your unit.

For more information on central air tune-up, contact Central Plumbing and Heating in Chesapeake, VA.

How to Keep Your Home Cool This Summer in Chesapeake, VA

Darren Kincaid - Tuesday, May 09, 2017

When I moved from out-of-state a few years ago, I quickly realized why it seemed as though everyone had a swimming pool at home – it’s a great way to stay cool during long, hot summer days. But no matter where you live, after you get tired of going to the pool, the hot temperatures can leave you trying to find ways to keep cool and keep your electricity bill low at the same time. Here are some tips to help you beat the heat at home this summer:

Add Blackout Curtains

Blackout curtains can help you save energy and keep out heat the sun’s rays. They’re usually affordable and can be bought at most home improvement or department stores. An extra benefit? Because they help block out so much light, they can help you get a better night’s sleep, too. Alternatively, keeping the blinds closed when you’re not at home can also help keep the heat out and keep temperatures lower.

Change Your Air Filters

Dirty air filters in your HVAC system can restrict air flow, and regularly changing them will prevent your air conditioning from having to work harder to cool down your home. How often you should change your filters depends on several things, like what kind of filters you have, the air quality where you live, etc. If you have pets or severe allergies, it may be in your best interest to change them even more often.

Switch To LED Bulbs

LED bulbs are more environmentally-friendly than incandescent bulbs, and they also give off less heat, according to energy.gov. LED bulbs usually tend to cost more up front, but don’t let their higher prices deter you – they typically last longer than standard incandescent light bulbs, and they can help you cut down on your electricity bills.

Plant Trees

More trees mean more shade, especially when you plant them near your house. There are a variety of shade trees you can choose from, such as oak and maple trees. You may want to do some research or visit a nursery to learn more about the best types of trees to plant in your area and to help you determine where specifically on your property is a good place to plant seeds.

Run Your Ceiling Fans Counterclockwise

Don’t want to have to crank up the air conditioning? To maximize the cool air produced by your ceiling fans, make sure that they’re running counterclockwise. Doing so will cause the air to blow directly downward, helping to give whatever room you’re in a wind chill-like effect.

Change Your Bedding

If you don’t already have one, trade in that cozy down comforter for something less heavy, like a light quilt or blanket. Cotton sheets are also a good way to help keep you comfortable, as they’re more breathable than other types of fabric and don’t lock in as much heat.

Avoid Running Appliances During The Day

You’d be surprised how much heat can be generated by running the oven, dishwasher and clothes dryer during the day. Try to avoid using those kinds of appliances during the heat of the day and instead, do your baking or dry your laundry at night when the temperature cools down. Electricity rates tend to be lower at night as well.

Make Home Updates

There are always more long-term solutions, too. Making energy-efficient home updates, like insulating the attic, replacing windows, or replacing an older air conditioning system can sometimes increase a home’s value and resale price. Even though you can’t readily see the updates, you’ll feel the impact of a cooler home.

When it comes to keeping cool inside this summer, Central Plumbing and Heating in Chesapeake, VA is here to help.

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Air Conditioner: Repair or Replace? – Chesapeake, VA

Darren Kincaid - Thursday, April 20, 2017

Follow these tips to decide whether to repair or replace your central air conditioning equipment.

So much has changed in the world of air conditioning in recent years that if your system has almost any significant breakdown — or if it’s just not keeping you as cool as it used to — it may be worth replacing it instead of repairing it.

As of 2010, for example, manufacturers must use a new kind of refrigerant that’s not an ozone-depleting chlorofluorocarbon. And a new system can use less than half the electricity of your old one while doing a far better job of keeping you cool and comfortable.

If your air conditioner is more than eight years old, repair is probably not worth the expense, unless it’s a simple problem like debris clogging the condenser unit or a worn fan belt. Still, to best weigh your repair-or-replace decision, ask your contractor to assess not just the condition of your existing equipment, but also the ducts that deliver the cool air and the overall quality of the insulation in your house. Improving those elements might increase the effectiveness of the system as much or more than installing new machinery.

Assess the Efficiency of Your Current System

Even if your central air conditioner is just eight to 10 years old, it could suck up to twice the electricity that even a low-end new one would use. That’s because it operates at or below 10 SEER, or Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio, which is the amount of energy needed to provide a specific cooling output. Until 2006, 10 SEER was standard, but these days, the minimum allowed by federal law is 13 SEER. That translates to 30% less electrical consumption and 30% lower cooling bills than equipment installed just a few years ago.

For an 1,800 square foot house, a new 13 SEER unit will cost $3,000 to $4,000. You can double your energy savings by jumping up to 16 SEER, which will reduce cooling expenses by 60% over a 10 SEER unit. At $5,000 to $6,000, these super-efficient units are more expensive, but they qualify for a federal tax credit of up to $300 and possibly local incentives, too.

Your installer can run the numbers for you to see whether it’s worth the additional cost. If you’re south of the Mason Dixon line, certainly, you can make up those dollars pretty quickly.

Inspect the Condition of the Ductwork

You could upgrade to the highest efficiency gear available and still not feel comfortably cool on hot days. That’s because the mechanicals are only part of the central air system. The average house’s ductwork leaks 10% to 30% of its air before it can reach your living space. Before deciding whether to repair or replace your condenser and blower units, your technician should run a duct-leakage test, by sealing the vents and measuring how much air escapes the system.

If the ducts are inefficient, he can locate and seal the gaps, typically for $25 to $35 per vent (per “run” in industry jargon), or replace the ductwork entirely with new, insulated pipe for around $100 per run. Your technician may recommend doing the duct improvements in conjunction with replacement of the mechanicals or may recommend only one or the other job.

Consider the Building Envelope Itself

If your house is poorly insulated, it’s putting a strain on your aging air conditioner. Resolving the house’s flaws may mean that your old system will have enough cooling power to continue to do the job for a few more years. Or it may enable you to buy a smaller replacement system, lowering your upfront and ongoing energy costs significantly.

Your heating and cooling contractor should assess and, if necessary, upgrade the building envelope. For example, he might seal gaps and cracks in the outer walls and attic floor, or he might blow insulation into the walls, either of which could knock as much as 30% off your heating and cooling costs. Insulation also may get you a $500 federal tax credit, and in some cases, it may be a more effective solution to your cooling problems than replacing your equipment.

Make Sure a New System Is Sized Right

If you decide to replace, make sure the contractor’s bid includes a load calculation, which is a computer printout showing how big a system you need and why.

Air conditioning is measured by the ton, which is the cooling power of a one-ton block of ice melting in 24 hours. Some old-school installers use a ballpark estimate for sizing equipment—say, one ton for every 400 or 600 square feet of living space. But that typically leads to systems that are too big. Not only do oversized systems cost more, but they also do their cooling work too quickly, which means more frequent on/off cycles, wearing out components and gobbling electricity. Plus, they don’t have a chance to effectively dehumidify the air.

Good contractors use load-calculating software that factors in such data as the number of windows in your house, the thickness of insulation, the configuration of the attic, and the building’s orientation to the sun. It produces not only an exact tonnage requirement, but determines how much cool air each room needs. All bids (get at least three, from licensed, well-regarded companies) should include this one-page printout.

For more information on repairing or replacing the AC unit in Chespeake, VA, contact Central Plumbing and Heating.

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Repair or Replace Water Heater, HVAC and Other Household Appliances? – Chesapeake, VA

Darren Kincaid - Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Owning a home provides is a great feeling, but the burden of maintaining, repairing and replacing home appliances goes right along with it. The decision to repair or replace a broken or failing appliance is often made under pressure and without the right knowledge or information about the appliance or its expected lifetime.

Water Heater

Unless the water heater isn’t working properly because of a part that’s easy to replace, it’s almost never a good idea to repair it. The primary causes of water heater failure are tank leaks or corrosion, neither of which can be repaired.

HVAC Equipment

Sometimes replacing the HVAC equipment rather than repairing it is a cut-and-dried decision when the cost of repairing it, including parts and labor, exceeds its value. Other times, the decision isn’t as a clear. It is recommended that homeowners take into account the age of the equipment, whether energy costs are rising for no apparent reason, or if repairs are becoming more frequent.

Generally central HVAC systems last between 10 and 20 years, and as they run, they lose efficiency. Often it makes more financial sense to replace a system than continue to pay rising energy bills or frequent repair costs. Because HVAC systems use the most energy in the typical home, it’s often in the homeowner’s best interest to replace an aging system. One with greater efficiency will pay for itself in lower energy costs each time it runs.

Some repairs may not make sense, such as fixing a heating system with a cracked heat exchanger, or repairing the refrigerant leaks in a central air conditioner that uses R-22 or Freon. An HVAC contractor in Chesapeake, VA is the best source of advice for determining whether a repair or replacement is the best course of action.

Refrigerator

Many repairs for refrigerators are easy and affordable to fix, especially if the problem is a bad motor, a refrigerant leak, or electronic controls. Door seals can fail, causing the appliance to run overtime or build frost in the freezer section. Between the cost of replacement door seals and the labor to install them, it often makes sense to replace the refrigerator instead of repairing it.

Dishwasher

Mechanically, dishwashers are a fairly simple appliance that is easily repaired. Problems associated with the door seal or holes inside the tub often prompt a replacement rather than a repair, though.

Stove and Oven

Since stoves and ovens have few moving parts, they break down less often and replacement is often a matter of personal preference rather than necessity. However, stove and oven heating elements do fail, and unless the appliance is too old, replacement burners and elements are readily available. Newer ovens and ranges may have control panels built into them that can fail. Prices for parts vary, and it may be a better idea to replace the unit rather than the component, especially if there is an active home warranty.

Washer and Dryer

Water leaks and broken belts are common problems associated with washing machines and easy to repair. A burned-out motor may prompt a replacement, depending on the washer’s age and condition. Clothes dryers create a good deal of heat, and when they malfunction, it can be dangerous. A dryer that overheats clothing is a fire hazard, and unless the breakdown results from a failed motor or timer, it’s probably a good idea to consider replacing it.

Major appliances do make life easier and more comfortable in homes, but they’re often a mystery to homeowners. The best resources for making a repair or replace decision come from the companies and their representatives who manufacture and service them.

For more information on repairing or replacing a water heater or HVAC system in Chesapeake, VA contact Central Plumbing and Heating, Inc.

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Do I Need to Repair or Replace my Air Conditioning System? - Chesapeake, VA

Darren Kincaid - Sunday, March 12, 2017

Ultimately this question can only be answered by discussing your particular situation with a qualified AC contractor that you trust. There are general considerations that will help guide your decision conversation. You must consider the age of your system(s), how often your system runs, and where you live. Remember that living here in coastal Chesapeake means can be quite corrosive to outside systems.  Generally, if your system is ten years or newer and you don't have a major system failure, you should consider repairing your existing system. If ten years or older and you have a major component failure you might be better off replacing the central air conditioner in Chesapeake, VA rather than repairing it. As they say, it just depends. 

Simple things like blown fan motors, capacitors, and other low relatively low cost items can be replaced.  However, if you things like a refrigerant leak, it can be costly simply to hunt down the source of the leak.  Then you have to fix it.  Compressors of course are a costly component that rarely should be replaced once it is out of warranty. Old systems that use the now federally phased out R-22 refrigerant more than likely should be replaced in favor of the more efficient and environmentally friendly R410A refrigerant.  

Give us a call.  We'll make every effort to stretch out the life of your existing systems.  Ultimately you have to decide but we'll give you all that you need to know to conduct your own cost/benefit analysis for repair or replace. 

For more information on repairing or replacing the central AC, contact Central Plumbing and Heating.

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Energy-Efficient Upgrades for Your 2016 Taxes – Chesapeake, VA

Darren Kincaid - Wednesday, March 01, 2017

You may have heard that you can deduct energy-efficient appliances, but things like refrigerators and stoves don’t qualify. Instead, this tax credit is aimed at major systems upgrades in existing homes in Chesapeake, VA. To get this credit, you need to have purchased one of the following for a main residence that you lived in in 2016. Also, there is a lifetime total of $500 for this tax deduction, so if you’ve already hit this limit, you’re done. If not, round up those receipts!

  • $300 for a qualifying biomass stove
  • $300 for qualifying air-source heat pumps
  • $300 for qualifying central AC systems
  • $150 for efficient hot water boilers
  • $200 for qualifying furnaces and fans
  • 10% of the cost of home insulation upgrades, excluding labor
  • $300 on qualifying water heaters
  • 10% of the cost of windows and skylights (up to $200)
  • 10% of the cost of doors
  • 10% of the cost of an energy-efficient roof, excluding labor

This tax credit expired at the end of 2016. Congress usually re-ups this credit sometime during the year, but if you’ve already spent the money on this project, make sure you get back what you can! For the real nitty-gritty and filing instructions, you’ll want to read IRS Form 5695.
For information on energy saving HVAC systems in Chesapeake, VA contact Central Plumbing and Heating.

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Tax Tips: Don’t Forget You’ll Get Money Back for Greening Your Home – Chesapeake, VA

Darren Kincaid - Saturday, February 18, 2017

Good news if you are now filing taxes for 2016! Congress renewed the previously expired Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit.

This means that any qualified efficiency updates you made in 2015 are eligible for credits when you file your taxes. Plus, updates you make in 2016 will be eligible for credits when you file next year.

Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit

The efficiency tax credit has now been retroactively renewed from January 1, 2016, through December 31, 2016. If you made energy efficient home improvements last year (or plan to this year), use the list below to find out if your project could save you money.

The following products are eligible for tax credits:

Building envelope improvements

  • Insulation materials and systems
  • Exterior doors and windows, including skylights
  • Roofs—pigmented roofs designed to reduce heat gain, and asphalt roofs with cooling granules

Heating, cooling, and water heating equipment

  • Advanced main air circulating fan
  • Natural gas, propane, or oil furnace or hot water boiler
  • Electric heat pump water heater
  • Electric heat pump
  • Central air conditioner
  • Natural gas, propane, or oil water heater
  • Biomass stoves

Each of these products has specific requirements to qualify for the tax credit; be sure to review the Residential Energy Efficiency Tax Credit requirements carefully before making a claim on your 2016 taxes or committing to a new purchase in 2017. For more information on energy efficient home heating and cooling in Chesapeake, VA, contact Central Plumbing and Heating.

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