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 Nexton, 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 Nexton’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 Nexton 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 Nexton, 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 Nexton 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 Nexton, 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 Nexton 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 Nexton. Our goal is to exceed your expectations consistently, from the moment you speak to our representatives to the time our HVAC contractor in Nexton 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
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The Nexton community in Summerville continues to see new growth right off of I-26 and Highway 17A.Nexton Vice President of Operations Brent Gibadlo says the community can expect to see new restaurants, parks, employments opportunities, offices, and a variety of homes coming in the next few years.“Nexton is already in a really great location, right off of I-26, so it’s very accessible. I think the other thing is a lot of employment here,” Gibadlo said. “So, this isn’t ...
BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCSC) - The Nexton community in Summerville continues to see new growth right off of I-26 and Highway 17A.
Nexton Vice President of Operations Brent Gibadlo says the community can expect to see new restaurants, parks, employments opportunities, offices, and a variety of homes coming in the next few years.
“Nexton is already in a really great location, right off of I-26, so it’s very accessible. I think the other thing is a lot of employment here,” Gibadlo said. “So, this isn’t really just about homes, it’s a lot about businesses. So, it’s this idea of integrating where people work and where people live and getting those things more inter-connected.”
The Midtown area of Nexton opened about six months ago and currently has about 100 homes on site, but within the next 10 to 15 years, Gibadlo says they plan to have around 3,000 homes there.
“I think that’s the biggest thing that we’re trying to do at Midtown Nexton is offer housing options across the board,” Gibadlo. “So whether you’re a young person looking to buy your first home or you’re an empty nester looking to downsize, and everything in between.”
Gibadlo says the Midtown space will have apartments, townhomes, and individual houses. They also just broke ground on the Midtown Club which will have a resort pool, lap pools, exercise facilities, and other amenities.
Downtown Nexton is expected to break ground later this year. It will be separate from the existing Nexton Square with restaurants, stores, and offices. It will be about 100 acres along Sigma Drive. Gibadlo says it will have hotels and apartments in a more urban and city-like area of the community.
He says he’s excited for Nexton to also become a health and wellness hub for the area. That includes new offices already and the anticipation of a MUSC Community Hospital expected to open in 2022.
Gibadlo also says they realize the growth of this area may not seem beneficial for everyone.
“You know, it’s very fair for folks to have concerns about growth. What we always think about is we want to make sure that there’s far more positives than negatives associated with growth,” Gibadlo said. “So I think first it starts with a good, thoughtful master plan. And that’s one thing that we’re lucky in the case of Nexton. This is a plan that’s been in the works now for over 10 years.”
He adds that Nexton has a master plan for the road networks and stormwater plans that come with the rapid growth here.
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The master-planned Nexton community will soon become a medical destination for Berkeley County.Medical University of South Carolina has proposed a $130 million hospital within the Summerville community. The 128-patient bed facility will include four operating rooms, eight labor and delivery rooms, diagnostic testing and imaging, and emergency services, M...
The master-planned Nexton community will soon become a medical destination for Berkeley County.
Medical University of South Carolina has proposed a $130 million hospital within the Summerville community. The 128-patient bed facility will include four operating rooms, eight labor and delivery rooms, diagnostic testing and imaging, and emergency services, MUSC Health Chief Strategy Officer Sarah Bacik said.
“A large percentage of our current patients originate from Berkeley County, and this is going to really allow our patients to have access within our communities,” Bacik said. “It’s not a surprise to anyone that the growth has outpaced some of the infrastructure.”
MUSC has asked the state for approval to build the community hospital through a certificate of need.
The build is expected to take two and a half years.
Nexton’s Vice President of Operations Brent Gibadlo said a hospital offers a service to the surrounding areas and residents because health care options have become a growing priority for homebuyers.
“There are certain basic things that are important for everyone that don’t change,” he said. “Certainly good schools if people have children and then good health care options. So having a world-class hospital in close proximity is always a wonderful compliment to a community."
Downtown Charleston’s MUSC campus will remain the hub for the educational hospital, while the Nexton campus will book end it with satellite campuses and ambulatory services in between, Bacik said.
“We’re full downtown, and we need to make sure that we can continue to have access to those more acute patients,” Bacik said. “It’s really about getting the patients the right level of care at the right place.”
The need for a community hospital in Berkeley County is critical, said Dr. Dave Zaas, CEO of the Charleston division of MUSC. The hospital’s co-location in Nexton will help with the area’s continued growth.
“That is a lot of our strategy not just in tri-county but around the state,” he said. “Not only delivering the highest quality ... but more convenient and ideally at a lower cost. I think that drives our ambulatory growth as well as our statewide strategy.”
Gibadlo said Nexton is just starting to explore the possibilities with MUSC and its idea of community health care, of being more proactive and going out into the community to initiate health and wellness programs. Preventative care could then decrease the need for hospital visits.
“We’ve had conversations with MUSC on how to incorporate some of those programs into Nexton,” Gibadlo said. “That’s everything from community gardens to community fitness programs to even potential opportunities for some of the coordination between MUSC and some of the companies at Nexton.”
Other suggestions include incorporating companies’ health care programs through MUSC and creating wellness programs employees can participate in.
Bacik is already excited for both caregivers and patients because she believes the best care is delivered conveniently to patients, many of whom come from across the state.
“A lot of our patients and staff travel to the peninsula today to receive care or to care for our patients ... so if they could receive care 30 minutes closer, that’s a benefit for the communities as well,” Bacik said.
Gibadlo is going on 13 years at Nexton and said there is has another 13 or 14 years left in the business plan. He still remembers those early years, though, sitting in a Welcome Center trailer praying that builders and homebuyers would think outside the box.
Convincing people to give Nexton a chance was hard a decade ago given the location.
Over time, Gibadlo has found that if he pushes the envelope to create value, the innovation is well-received.
“I think the potential for Nexton is really evolving continuously. What we used to think was possible we’ve exceeded now. Maybe we can take it another step,” he said. “A hospital was something we only dreamed about 10 years ago. Now that’s happening.”
Nexton now receives calls almost daily from groups, retailers and home builders who want to create something exciting at the community. Gibadlo said the biggest challenge is prioritizing. If he reacts to every call, he risks losing focus of the long-term vision that Nexton is systematically moving through.
“At the same time, you have to be flexible enough that if you get a call, like from MUSC, you change track a little bit because that’s a great opportunity,” he said.
A community with a master plan allowed Gibadlo and his team to be deliberate about adding a hospital. They could look at the map of the 5,000 acres to find a plot that was accessible, wouldn’t disrupt homeowners with traffic and had surrounding space for businesses the hospital could bring in. Gibadlo believes they will come.
As an educational institution, MUSC’s research and development could lead to job opportunities and potential spin-off businesses, he said.
Together, Gibadlo and his team’s vision for Nexton stem from a love for the region. He knows, however, that with any growth, there will inevitably be challenges. The objective then is to figure out how to make those obstacles positive.
“We look at it and say hey, we can create this employment center in the Charleston region, take some of the pressure off downtown, 526, everyone commuting and bring some of the great things that people love about this region from a quality of life and bring them to another location that can spread them out a little bit,” he said. “Maybe we can play a small role in helping this region continue to be a great place to live. At the heart of it, that’s what motivates us every day.”
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SUMMERVILLE — A pair of Mount Pleasant real estate investors plan to develop a mixed-use project of commercial and residential buildings not far from the new Nexton Parkway interchange on Interstate 26.Thomas Massey, of SUP Real Estate, and business partner Jason Ray, through an affiliate called CVEA Summerville I LLC, paid nearly $10 million for about 70 acres on four parcels along North Maple Street and Old Dairy Road.Massey and Ray started acquiring the land from different landowners in September 2020. They also have a...
SUMMERVILLE — A pair of Mount Pleasant real estate investors plan to develop a mixed-use project of commercial and residential buildings not far from the new Nexton Parkway interchange on Interstate 26.
Thomas Massey, of SUP Real Estate, and business partner Jason Ray, through an affiliate called CVEA Summerville I LLC, paid nearly $10 million for about 70 acres on four parcels along North Maple Street and Old Dairy Road.
Massey and Ray started acquiring the land from different landowners in September 2020. They also have a nearly 3-acre parcel under contract. The initials, CVEA, stand for the first letters of the first names of each of Ray’s four children.
The property sits just inside the Dorchester County line. About 50 acres were annexed into the town in 2020 under a mixed-use classification that allows a variety of structures, including retail, offices, single-family homes and apartments, Ray said.
The final piece of the planned development, a 21-acre parcel that straddles North Maple Street and abuts Robyn Wynn subdivision to the east, was recently acquired. It was annexed into the town in 2014.
The 73-acre site sits along the beginning of North Maple Street’s newly developed four lanes leading to Interstate 26. The property along the street between Old Dairy Road and Nexton Parkway interchange is currently undeveloped.
Massey and Ray say they plan to see the portion they recently acquired developed correctly.
“We are trying to do something nice and not have a strip mall after strip mall,” Massey said.
By the spring, Massey said a development plan for commercial buildings along the road and a mix of residential uses on the rest of the property will be presented to the town for its review.
Ray said he has been working to put the project together since 2018 and, with Massey’s help, started acquiring the parcels last fall.
He said land contracts took a while to negotiate and then the coronavirus set the project back as well, but he and Massey are now ready to move forward.
Ray said the proposed development is locally based, and he and Massey have a vested interest in making sure it’s in good taste.
“Our priority is to do things the right way and to listen to the people,” Ray said. “I feel like if we start there, everyone wins in the end. ... We are not just going to develop it and leave town.”
The next step is to get engineering work done for water, sewer and drainage before the project goes to the town’s Design Review Board for consideration.
The first phase of North Creek Marketplace, a retail center located on the northern end of Nexton and just outside of Cane Bay Plantation, is open for business.The development at the intersection of North Creek Drive and U.S. Highway 176 includes a variety of dining options and medical and service providers, such as the recently opened Buffalo Wild Wings and Marco’s Pizza.Other shops that are scheduled to be open in the coming months are Agaves Cantina, Scoop Ice Cream, Jersey Mike’s, Dunkin’, Heartland Dental...
The first phase of North Creek Marketplace, a retail center located on the northern end of Nexton and just outside of Cane Bay Plantation, is open for business.
The development at the intersection of North Creek Drive and U.S. Highway 176 includes a variety of dining options and medical and service providers, such as the recently opened Buffalo Wild Wings and Marco’s Pizza.
Other shops that are scheduled to be open in the coming months are Agaves Cantina, Scoop Ice Cream, Jersey Mike’s, Dunkin’, Heartland Dental, McDonald’s, Dixie Cleaners and Princess Nails.
“It makes eating out and getting takeout so much easier for us now,” Nexton resident Sadie Timmins said. “You don’t have to drive so far away to get something good to eat. The more options we have for shopping and dining nearby, the better traffic will be in the end.”
North Creek Marketplace also features Blue Water Market, which opens next week and will offer freshly prepared breakfast biscuits, hand-battered fried chicken sandwiches, Cinnabon items and fresh-made grab-and-go salads and sandwiches. The convenience store will also offer Shell gasoline and soft-cloth car washes.
“We are excited to be opening phase one of North Creek Marketplace,” said Eddie Buck, president of Charleston-based Jupiter Holdings and developer of North Creek Marketplace. “The project includes a healthy mix of tenants that specifically cater to the needs of residents of Nexton and the surrounding communities.”
In addition to the openings in phase one, Extra Space Storage is currently under construction, along with Auto Zone, Time To Shine Car Wash and Ace Hardware, all of which are in the design and permitting phase.
“Nexton is focused on delivering commercial amenities to residents, from dry cleaners and markets to medical providers and casual dining options,” said Cassie Cataline, marketing director of Nexton. “Our goal is to concentrate Nexton’s offerings and bring services to our community.”
Getting in and out of the new retail center should be easier in the future as well.
In August, Berkeley County held a groundbreaking ceremony for the $53 million widening project on Highway 176. The first 4.2-mile section will involve widening the road to four lanes from two with a raised concrete median from Highway 17A to Nexton Parkway.
What’s next for Nexton?The master-planned community in Summerville broke ground on SOLIS Nexton, a 320-unit multifamily development.Charlotte-based ...
What’s next for Nexton?
The master-planned community in Summerville broke ground on SOLIS Nexton, a 320-unit multifamily development.
Charlotte-based Terwilliger Pappas is developing the 11-acre project, which is expected to be completed in late 2022.
SOLIS Nexton plans include for-rent residences that are available in one-, two- and three-bedroom floorplans. The development will consist of nine three- and four-story buildings. Garages also will be available for lease. The new community is located within walking distance to Nexton Square.
“We are excited to add Terwilliger Pappas to Nexton’s expanding list of talented partners who provide high-quality residential offerings that cater to a variety of lifestyles and preferences,” said Nexton’s Vice President of Operations Brent Gibadlo. “From young professionals to families and empty nesters, SOLIS Nexton will blend the best of Nexton living through its thoughtful planning and innovative design.”
Amenities for the new community include a resort-style pool, dog park, peg spa, entertainment lounge, electric car charging stations, a fitness center and private yoga/spin studio. Plans also carved out space for a community pocket park.
“We are thrilled to be located in the heart of Nexton,” said Tom Barker, regional CEO for Terwilliger Pappas. “This is exactly the type of location we’ve been searching for – a walkable location with access to restaurants and other amenities desired by our future residents.”
Additional project partners include Summit Contracting, Group 4 Architecture, which will focus on architect and interiors; and Cline Design Associates and Seamon Whiteside, which will handle civil and landscape architecture.
Terwilliger Pappas was founded in 2013 and develops multifamily apartment communities in Southeast submarkets. The company has regional offices in Raleigh and Atlanta.