New HVAC Systems Add Value to Your Home
- Posted by admin
- On March 13, 2019
- Fahrhall, Home Comfort, HVAC System, HVAC Tips, New HVAC
When someone installs a new HVAC system in their house, it’s usually to improve their overall home comfort. Outdated systems can wear down, be unreliable and provide inefficient heating and cooling throughout the home. However, there’s also another reason to upgrade—installing a new HVAC system can add value to a home—which is important if you’re looking to sell in the upcoming months.
When looking for a new house in the Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent area, prospective homebuyers usually look at the condition of the furnace and air conditioner as they like to know the systems will be efficient and operational upon moving in. If your heating and cooling system is older, out of warranty or not properly maintained it could decrease the overall value of your home and possibly even drive away potential buyers.
If you think your systems are outdated or haven’t been maintained properly, consider upgrading to a new HVAC system to help increase your home’s value. Fahrhall Home Comfort Specialists carries a wide selection of high-efficiency furnaces and air conditioners that not only will reduce your monthly utility bills and improve overall home comfort—but could also help sell your home.
Not ready to upgrade to a new HVAC system? Simply taking good care of your heating and cooling systems and scheduling regular maintenance will extend the lifespan of your furnace and air conditioner. Having documentation that proves regular maintenance can help add value to a home.
If you’re interested in upgrading your home comfort systems,
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We have been providing quality HVAC repair, service and installation in the Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent regions since 1967. Choose Fahrhall for all your heating and cooling needs and experience the difference excellence and experience makes.