10 Alternative Uses for AC

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10 Alternate Uses for Air Conditioning We can all agree that the invention of indoor air conditioning revolutionized our standard of living. But what if we told you there were alternate ways to use your air conditioning for entertainment and comedy purposes? We have provided ten alternative uses for air conditioning. #1 and #2 are activities that everyone surely has done. … Read More

4 Benefits of Wi-Fi Thermostats

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Why Wi-Fi Thermostats? As mentioned in previous blog posts, heating and cooling your home can take its toll on your energy bill. Sure, traditional thermostats allow you to control your unit while at home. But what happens when you go to work, are on vacation or gone for an extended period of time? Your unit is cooling or heating your home … Read More

8 Tips for Maintaining your HVAC System

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8 Tips for Maintaining Your HVAC System Have you ever wondered if you were capable of keeping your HVAC in tip top shape between service calls? You can with these eight tips that will help prolong your system while also ensuring that it is performing at it optimal strength. These tips are not meant to be used as your sole … Read More

6 Tips to Reduce Cooling Costs

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6 Tips to Reduce Cooling Costs In the average home, the biggest energy consumer is the air conditioning unit. They generally account for 16% of the electric bill. In fact, according to a study conducted by Austin Energy, in the hottest regions in the US, air conditioning can consume as much as 60-70% of a household’s electric bill! The only way to … Read More

5 Tips to Prepare for Spring

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With the recent winter storms that hit the Hampton Roads area, it is hard to imagine that spring, and its much warmer temperatures, are right around the corner. Spring is the ideal time to have your heating and cooling system checked, before the warmer temperatures arrive. By preparing ahead of time, you can save a considerable amount of money over … Read More

Thank You for Voting Us #1

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If you haven’t heard, we were voted #1 in Williamsburg for HVAC repair. A huge thank you goes out to everyone who voted us #1. We appreciated everyone who voted and it means the world to us that we have the support of the Williamsburg community. Below is a video that we put together to say “Thank You” to everyone … Read More

5 Heating and Cooling FAQ’s

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Heating and cooling systems are complex pieces of equipment, which is why, at Nelsons Heating and Cooling, we have a trained team of professionals ready to assist any of your needs. We also believe the more you know about your system, the better! So this month, we have decided to answer some of the frequently asked questions about heating and … Read More

4 Winter Heating Tips

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With January being a crazy month of getting back on track after the holidays, you tend to forget about your home and the costs associated with heating it. This article showcases four winter heating tips that will assist you in lowering your energy cost during these cold winter months. The majority of the tips below can be done instantly and at … Read More

Cool Profiles – Steve Nelson

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You have already met Steven’s two older brothers, Chris & Dan. Steven is the youngest Nelson brother and went to school at Lafayette High School. Upon graduation, he chose to go to Radford University instead of jumping right into the family business. He ultimately graduated with a Bachelors in Business Management in 2009. After college, Steven started off working the phone … Read More

Cool Profiles – Jeremy Reese

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Jeremy Reese is from Williamsburg, Virginia. At Nelson’s Heating and Cooling he is a Universal and an HVAC technician, focusing on residential and light commercial work. He also provides preventative maintenance, installation and service calls. As a child Jeremy wanted to become a construction worker and, although he ultimately did not become one, he feels that this trade is a … Read More