If you’re like most residents living in the Lowcountry, your home is your happy place. It’s where you come to unwind, rest, and regroup for another day at work. But when your HVAC system fails, your peaceful property can turn into an uncomfortable, even unsafe environment. You need to get it fixed, and you need it fixed quickly.
As the most trusted HVAC company in Hanahan, Burke HVAC Services, Inc. has the tools, experience, and technicians to help, whether you need a simple maintenance check or emergency HVAC repair. We truly care about your comfort and will do everything in our power to restore your home to the happy place that you love.
When we opened Burke HVAC Services, Inc. many years ago, we did so with one goal in mind: To exceed our customer’s expectations by ensuring that each of our clients received individualized service.
Since that time, we have grown and expanded into one of Hanahan’s largest HVAC companies, but we still hold true to that goal. Despite our growth, we are proud to say that we continue to offer a boutique, personalized experience for all of our clients.
When you call our office, you will speak to a trained, knowledgeable customer service professional. When you make an appointment for an estimate, we will come to your residence rather than asking you to come to ours. When you need emergency service, you can rest easy knowing an HVAC tech is their way, no matter what time of day.
At Burke HVAC Services, Inc., our customers keep coming back because we believe in hard work, timely service, and fair pricing. Honesty is the backbone of our business, and that will not be changing anytime soon.
Here are just a few more reasons why the Lowcountry leans on Burke HVAC Services, Inc. for their heating and cooling maintenance and repair:
Our unbeatable HVAC and air quality services include:
Having your AC go out during the hottest days of summer is no fun, but don’t sweat it; Burke HVAC Services is here to keep you cool!
We know that your home’s AC system needs to be fully operational to keep your family comfortable when summertime rolls around. Our skilled AC repair techs in Hanahan are ready to help with any AC issue you are having, whether it be a quick fix or full system replacement.
We provide trustworthy AC maintenance services when you need them the most, so you can focus on more important things like your family or business. With the most comprehensive list of AC services in Hanahan, we can get your air conditioning pump up to snuff so you can cool down no matter how hot it gets outside.
A few of our most common AC repair services in Hanahan include:
Burke HVAC Services, Inc. also offers preventative maintenance and tune-up options for homeowners that would like year-round confidence in their air conditioning system. It doesn’t matter if you have a central heating system for your home or a wall-mounted AC unit for your office – we are just a phone call away from keeping summer heat at bay.
When properly maintained, a good air conditioning system can last for many years. However, if no amount of repairs or maintenance will fix your AC system, it’s probably time to send your old unit to the scrap yard. Before you call us for a replacement system, let us provide you with a thorough exam to make sure it is needed. If we discover that a replacement AC system is required, our skilled technicians would be happy to travel to your to complete the job.
At Burke HVAC Services, Inc., we understand how important it is for you and your family to stay cool during the hot summer months in South Carolina. That is why we are proud to install the highest-rated cooling systems available. When we come to your home or business to install an AC unit, we will take all the time needed to walk you through the process and answer any questions you have.
Any time we install a new air conditioner for a client, we strive to let them know what may be wrong with their original system. We’ll discuss what unit might be best for your home, budget, and cooling needs. Once we have a good understanding for what you need, we will get to work right away to minimize your time without air conditioning.
Our goal is to do the best job possible the first time out, with minimal interference in your life. That way, you can continue enjoying summertime while we work hard to give you a fast, effective AC solution.
Did you know that a broken heat pump or air conditioner can lead to higher utility bills? Updated cooling systems, like the replacement systems installed by Burke HVAC Services, are more reliable and can help lower your utility costs over time.
But how do you know if your air conditioning system is on its last legs? Here are a few telltale signs that your AC unit might need to be replaced:
If you are in need of a replacement cooling system for your home in Hanahan, Burke HVAC Services, Inc., is here to help.
Few things are worse than having your heater go out in the middle of winter. Fixing your heater is of the utmost importance when it’s freezing outside, and Burke HVAC Services, Inc. has the tools and technicians to help. With our 24/7 emergency heating repair services, you won’t have to worry about being left out in the cold. Our talented HVAC contractors in Hanahan are only a call away, whether you need a minor fix or a replacement heater.
Here are just a few common issues that Burke HVAC Services, Inc. heating technicians can help solve for you:
If you notice any of the following signs from your furnace, contact Burke HVAC Services, Inc. for an inspection. Our fully-trained furnace repair technicians will detail what issues your furnace is experiencing and offer solutions tailored to your home and budget.
“Burke HVAC Services, Inc. is committed to providing our customers with the highest quality HVAC services in Hanahan. Our goal is to exceed your expectations consistently, from the moment you speak to our representatives to the time our HVAC contractor in Hanahan leaves your home. “Remember that any company can make an honest mistake, but it is what they do about it that makes a difference. We will work to make things right by you; that is our promise.”
Larry H. Burke Jr. President
HANAHAN, S.C. (WCBD) – Hanahan residents are still frustrated over trains that continue to block area roadways for hours at a time.One train was seen blocking Hanahan Road for hours Wednesday morning, and before that, Hanahan town administrator Mike Cochran told News 2 a train sat blocking roads for more than 20 hours straight recently.The road the trains are blocking is a major thor...
HANAHAN, S.C. (WCBD) – Hanahan residents are still frustrated over trains that continue to block area roadways for hours at a time.
One train was seen blocking Hanahan Road for hours Wednesday morning, and before that, Hanahan town administrator Mike Cochran told News 2 a train sat blocking roads for more than 20 hours straight recently.
The road the trains are blocking is a major thoroughfare for people driving to and from Rivers Avenue and Hanahan.
“We’ve got about 7,000 cars a day that cross the tracks right here, and in the last several months, we’ve had multiple instances where the tracks just get blocked by a parked train,” said Cochran.
Drivers are forced to add additional time to their commute; it also slows emergency responses.
“From the city’s perspective, if you’re trying to get an ambulance through the city, you’re crossing here in order to get over to the hospitals,” he explained.
Technically, blocking the road is illegal according to more-than-100-year-old state laws. But the fine is only $5 to $20, and it is difficult to enforce.
“We have contacted CSX and spoke with them on several occasions, and they’re aware of it, but it really is frustrating for our residents and frustrating for everybody involved,” said Cochran. “Last week, it sat there for over 30 hours.”
Cochran said he has a plan that may give residents a way to know when a train is stopped in the area. The county owns the library at the corner of Murray Drive and Highland Park Road. He’s asked about placing a camera there.
“I said is there a way that we could put a camera, or the county put a camera, on the library? If they were to put a camera on that library and point it toward the tracks, we would have a constant feed of exactly what the status of the tracks are.”
The video would also be streamed online.
“We’ll have that ability to push that information out, so while it’s not a perfect solution, it will at least allow an option because right now the only way you know if the tracks are blocked it’s the drive to them.”
News 2 reached out to CSX to see if they have any plans to change their policy of blocking trains for hours at a time. We are waiting to hear back.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Every weeknight at the Ice Palace in North Charleston, there are kids playing hockey. Organized games, leagues, tournaments.I've always wondered, is it worth the money? Is there an end game to it?It all started quite simply for Parker Brown of Hanahan."One random day, the 25-30 minute downpour of rain we get every day during the summer, my mom decided I am not letting these kids sit inside - we're going to do something. She took my brother and I to the Ice Palace. I was 3 and my broth...
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — Every weeknight at the Ice Palace in North Charleston, there are kids playing hockey. Organized games, leagues, tournaments.
I've always wondered, is it worth the money? Is there an end game to it?
It all started quite simply for Parker Brown of Hanahan.
"One random day, the 25-30 minute downpour of rain we get every day during the summer, my mom decided I am not letting these kids sit inside - we're going to do something. She took my brother and I to the Ice Palace. I was 3 and my brother was 5. My brother saw a few hockey players and wanted to try the sport. Everything he did, I was 3, I wanted to be like him--- that's how we both got into hockey," Brown said.
It could have ended at that. It did not.
At 16, Parker left home. He went to play junior hockey in Maine, Pennsylvania and then for two years in Fairbanks, Alaska before signing with a D1 program.
Not any D1 program, the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs.
"Freshman year was incredibly tough, from my perspective I wasn't prepared for reality at Air Force Academy, especially not in a COVID environment," Brown said. "The transition to sophomore year has been great. I love the military aspect of the academy; I love what comes along with the hockey. Everyone is amazing, incredibly smart, great people all around."
Of course, in the Air Force, your job and your service await.
"That is the hopeful career plan. I want to fly, big part of that is growing up in CHS, every day seeing the big C-17's overhead, I would really like fly C-17's," Brown said.
The green light to that life, a year and a half away when he gets his job instructions. Until then, its about lighting the lamp as much as he can.
"I think I'm the best I've ever been currently, don't think I've reached my peak," he said.
So next time you see a D1 hockey roster with a hometown listed as "Hanahan", don't scratch your head. We have scoring proof, it can happen.
HANANHAN, S..C. (WCIV) — Everybody has a story.Shooting the basketball game for ABC News 4 last night at Hanahan High School, it was like any other night, any other game.I saw assistant coach Cameron Evans coaching, but my curiosity got the best of me. I’m sure glad I asked, and learned a bit more about this man. His players are learning a w...
HANANHAN, S..C. (WCIV) — Everybody has a story.
Shooting the basketball game for ABC News 4 last night at Hanahan High School, it was like any other night, any other game.
I saw assistant coach Cameron Evans coaching, but my curiosity got the best of me. I’m sure glad I asked, and learned a bit more about this man. His players are learning a whole lot more than basketball from him.
Every person, on every sideline has a reason. You have to. Success hinges on it.
For Cameron Evans, it’s pretty simple.
"This is something that I want to do for the long run, I want to be a state champion, I want to be a head varsity coach, I want to see how far I can go," he said.
Cameron Evans has taken every step to do so. But he’s done it all, without actually taking a step.
A car accident on December 3rd of 2005 changed everything.
Out for a ride before Christmas break with his college football teammates at North Greenville High School and he says "the guy who was driving was speeding a little too much, went around a curve, flipped our car—I was on the passenger side, I flew out of the front windshield and hit a tree."
Immediately taken to the hospital, he was in a coma for several weeks. His family had no idea what things would look like if, and when he woke up.
“Doctors told me I hit a tree, broke my back. At 18 you think you know the whole world, but you really don't. It hit me hard, went down a bad path, dropped out of school, threw my life away and it took me a while to finally get it back together. That's why I'm humble. On sideline, I'm loud, because I love it. At that time, I lost everything-- I had to learn how to get everything back," he said.
He was a three sport HS athlete at Blue Ridge High School in the Upstate. He was a sports junkie. An athlete. A student.
He just couldn’t put it all together, until one chance happening.
He was at the Wal-Mart in Walterboro doing grocery shopping when he bumped into the head basketball coach at USC Salkehatchie. Corey Hendren was a young, excited basketball coach and the two began chatting.
One thing led to the next, and Hendren invited Evans to practice and a game. The rest, history.
Evans caught the coaching bug and has been doing it ever since. With stops at Goose Creek, Travelers Rest and now Hanahan.
"I knew a lot about the game, had to find a way to transition that into helping teach people about it, I may not be able to show them every step and detail, that's why I explain it to make it easier for my players. I want them to see me as a normal person first, but also want them to see me as 'this guy doesn't let any obstacle stop me from following a dream,'" he said.
"Doing something because there are a lot of people in the world today that will let one thing happen to them and they will stop. I can wake up every day and do this and be happy and that's what life is all about," he continued.
With that attitude, if they listen, their playbook for the future- a win-win.
The Skip Parker Invitational tournament presented area grapplers with a chance to test themselves in a bracket format at Fort Dorchester High School on Jan. 8.Wrestlers vied for titles in 14 weight classes while also earning points for their respective teams.Hanahan was the team winner, compiling 147 points to edge runner-up Socastee by five and a half points. The host team placed third with 123 points, followed by Bishop England and Cross to round out the top five.The tournament honors former Fort Dorchester coach Skip ...
The Skip Parker Invitational tournament presented area grapplers with a chance to test themselves in a bracket format at Fort Dorchester High School on Jan. 8.
Wrestlers vied for titles in 14 weight classes while also earning points for their respective teams.
Hanahan was the team winner, compiling 147 points to edge runner-up Socastee by five and a half points. The host team placed third with 123 points, followed by Bishop England and Cross to round out the top five.
The tournament honors former Fort Dorchester coach Skip Parker, who lost a long battle with cancer in the summer of 2020 not long before his 50th birthday. Parker was also a former wrestler and football player at Summerville.
Parker served in the U.S. Marine Corps and volunteered time to several causes including Toys for Tots and Community Clean Up.
Wrestlers from the Berkeley County School District found the top of the podium in eight weight classes.
Cross led the BCSD in individual winners: Cameron White (145), Antwain Hoskins (152) and Amonte McCray (285).
Hanahan and Berkeley won a pair of weight classes. Gavin Qualls (132) and Kevin Rivera (220) rose to the challenge for the Hawks. Luke Gadsden (182) and Storm Judy (195) captured crowns for Berkeley.
Philip Simmons’ Dustin McDonnell finished first at 120.
The Hawks also snagged five runner-up finishes.
Hanahan 147, Socastee 141.5, Fort Dorchester 123, Bishop England 103.5, Cross 92, Philip Simmons 86, South Florence 63.5, Berkeley 54.
Weight Class – Winner, Runner-up, Third
106 – Richard Springs (FD), Carson Port (S), Alex Watson (PS).
113 – Nathan Gates (FD), Alex Weslanski (H), Jimmy Chambers (PS).
120 – Dustin McDonnell (PS), Wilson Dotter (H), Caleb Wilson (FD).
126 – Camren Knapper (S), Sam Cherichello (BE), Jacob March (C).
132 – Gavin Qualls (H), Holden Teufel (BE), AJ McClanahan (PS).
138 – Edwin Barros (S), Joshua Shomate (SF), Cayman MacIver (BE).
145 – Cameron White (C), Ethan Jones (H), Conner Maxwell (S).
152 – Antwain Hoskins (C), Dixon Hardy (BE), Frederic Brown (FD).
160 – Omari Taylor (S), Thomas Curl (BE), Jeremiah Mitchell (SF).
170 – Arber Lekanki (S), Sloan Casteel (H), Isaac Schimpf (PS).
182 – Luke Gadsden (B), Trokel Prew (SF), Will Denard (H).
195 – Storm Judy (B), Jonathon Tumbri (H), Zane Prioleau (FD).
220 – Kevon Rivera (H), Jaylen Morris (FD), Cole Prieditisch (BE).
285 – Amonte McCray (C), Landon Whitlock (FD), Brandon Arronis (B).
HANAHAN, S.C. (WCBD) – A new multi-use park is being constructed in Hanahan. It comes after more than 75% of voters approved a bond referendum for the project back in November.The brand new 53-acre park is located next to Bowen’s Corner Elementary and will serve several purposes in the Hanahan community.“We are just so excited about this new park,” said Hanahan Mayor Christie Rainwater. “When the federal government partnered with us and donated the land, it had to be used for parks and rec. It was ...
HANAHAN, S.C. (WCBD) – A new multi-use park is being constructed in Hanahan. It comes after more than 75% of voters approved a bond referendum for the project back in November.
The brand new 53-acre park is located next to Bowen’s Corner Elementary and will serve several purposes in the Hanahan community.
“We are just so excited about this new park,” said Hanahan Mayor Christie Rainwater. “When the federal government partnered with us and donated the land, it had to be used for parks and rec. It was exactly what the city of Hanahan needed.”
The last time Hanahan opened new ballfields there were only 13,700 people in the town. Now, about 29,000 call Hanahan home.
“There will be tennis courts, an artificial turf field, ballfields, a dog park, fishing pond, picnic spaces – you name it,” said Mayor Rainwater. “Everything that you would love to see in a park will be here.”
The project will cost more than $11 million. The Berkeley County School District agreed to pay nearly $1 million for artificial turf on a field so that it could be used as a practice field.
“We will partner with them to make sure they now have the things they need to play their sports,” the mayor said.
Berkeley County Supervisor Johnny Cribb said Hanahan has been working on the project for some time, even during the full ten years he was town administrator.
“It’s critical because it’s a quality-of-life project,” he said. “If you’re going to be a vibrant city, a vibrant community, people are looking for parks and recreation- do you want to draw in young families, do you want to be able to keep the families that you’ve drawn in?”
Bryce Florie grew up in Hanahan and has coached kids in the area, He said this is a great project.
“Just the way the community has grown and the need for it- it’s so important and the way the city came together… it’s a good place for everyone,” he said.
Mayor Rainwater hopes to have the park finished a year from now. The park has not yet been named.