Upgrade the HVAC equipment prior to house hitting market

Nothing is ever easy it seems.

Well, that’s not entirely true. When I wanted to improve the indoor air quality of my home, it was easy. All I had to do was replace the old air filter with a HEPA filter. That made all the difference in the world and it was a simple fix. But when it came to selling our home, that was not at all a simple operation. The idea of selling the house seemed pretty logical to me. My wife was the one who really was driving that idea once the kids were out on their own. Other than having everyone inside the central air conditioning of our family home during holidays, it was mostly wasted space. She was right there since the it was just the two of us in a big four bedroom house. But when we started to look into what it would take to sell the house and what would come after, I saw that this was going to be a big deal. For sure, there were plenty of improvements that had to be done. Namely, we needed to replace the old residential HVAC. The old HVAC equipment was still going but it was far from anything that a prospective buyer would want. And in this market, a turnkey situation home buying experience was the most valuable. So we got new heating and cooling equipment along with all the new HVAC technology. There were other renovations as well but we finally did get the house on the market where it lasted 10 days. We did make the money we wanted from that home and I think much of that credit goes to the new residential HVAC.

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