Some Like it Hot

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Here at Nelson’s, we know how to break it down. Into the different types of heating, that is! There are a lot of ways to prep for the coming winter (we hear you, Jon Snow), so we’ll give you a look inside the different types of systems that bring more heat than an angry Italian. Central Heating Furnace: Most American … Read More

12 AC Fun Facts

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In Virginia, the weather is up and down and all around throughout the year. The heat is on during the summer months of June-September but it can stick around through October and start as early as May. Thankfully we have air conditioning. Over the course of the last 115 years since the development of AC, the industry has continued to … Read More

Summer Bucket List

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Ahhh, sun! The height of summer is upon us, and the days of relaxing (mostly) are also here. Sometimes, with the kids all home, and the extra time to relax, it’s hard to remember what there is to do…and that’s when the boredom strikes. And if you’re stuck in your home with no A/C, it can be even harder to … Read More

Signs Your Insulation Needs Replaced

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Insulation keeps hot air outside in the summer and warm air inside in the winter. It protects your home from extreme temperatures, bad air quality, and saves you money in heating and cooling. When insulation goes bad, it can create a number of problems in your home. Keep up-to-date, and check for these signs of wear and tear: · Fluctuating … Read More

Keeping Cool This Summer

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Summer heat is around the corner, and we are all trying to keep cool without breaking the bank. Maintaining your outdoor HVAC unit, and changing a few things can make the difference in creating more summer savings. Follow these tips to beat the heat! 2. Turn it Up: Keeping your programmable thermostat set higher during warmer summer months can lower your … Read More

5 HVAC Mistakes You Shouldn’t Make As A Homeowner

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Most men (or women) try to be the “handy man” around the house, but is that always the best thing to do? Yes, it can save you money but what if what you are doing is actually making a huge mistake? Especially when it comes to your cooling, heating, or ventilation systems. Here are some common “do it yourself” tips … Read More

It’s A/C Inspection Time!

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It’s Officially Spring Time.. Well it’s Virginia, so that may vary but, warmer temperatures are definitely in the near future! When we are talking about your air conditioning, you can’t just turn it on and forget about it. Even though spring is not “hot,” this hot summer weather is well on its way. This makes spring one of the most important … Read More

Are Your Pets Causing Higher Bills?

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We Love Our Pets. Typically, most families even consider them as a part of the family. Even though they are worth every penny, we all know our pets can be expensive, with food and vet bills, but, are they causing you to spend more on your utility bills as well? Usually, we all like to make sure our cats and … Read More

AVOID FROZEN PIPES WITH THESE 5 TIPS

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We Aren’t Out of the Wintery Woods Just Yet. We don’t tend to get a ton of snow, or even extremely cold days or nights, but when we do, are you ready for them? Most importantly, are your pipes ready? Certain times of our winters have the potential to be brutal and cause quite a bit of damage if we … Read More

Inexpensive Ways To Heat Your Home

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Imagine the power goes out, in the dead of winter, and you’re stuck at home with no heat, no electricity, and no real way to cook or refrigerate food. Sounds like a nightmare, right? Well, it doesn’t have to be. There are other ways to heat your home without using electricity. And, believe it or not, preparation will be fairly … Read More