If you’re selling your home, then you’re probably wondering how you can reduce your out-of-pocket costs and get the most of the sale. Maybe you’ve been taking on DIY tasks like interior painting or replacing the carpet to boost the resale value. Or perhaps you’re looking for bigger projects that could yield even more.
Many homeowners have asked us whether replacing their HVAC system is a good idea before selling, and while we can’t give a definitive answer because every situation is unique, today’s post discusses several things you can consider as you decide whether to replace your HVAC system before selling your home. If you decide that a new system is right for you, contact the Quality Air Experts team to schedule an HVAC installation appointment!
The timeframe in which you plan to move can make a big difference when it comes to determining whether you should invest in a brand new system. If you’re moving on short notice and the current system works perfectly, for example, you’re probably better off scheduling furnace and AC maintenance instead of replacing the entire system. On the other hand, if you know that you’ll be moving in the next year to two years, investing in a new HVAC system could make your home much more comfortable while you’re there and provide you with an attractive selling point when it comes time to list your property.
How old is your home? This is one of the first questions buyers will ask as they try to gauge how much work and maintenance they’ll need to put into the home. If your home is several years old and none of the major appliances have been replaced in years, buyers might assume that a major breakdown is just around the corner and ask for a price reduction or closing credit to compensate for the additional money they’ll eventually need to spend.
If you can see the age of your home’s HVAC system being a concern for buyers, you can always contact a local HVAC company like Quality Air Experts to schedule a maintenance appointment so that you’re prepared if any questions or concerns arise.
HVAC Maintenance History
On a similar note, it’s worth digging into your system’s maintenance history and gathering the records if possible. Buyers don’t want to feel like they’re inheriting a sinkhole that’s going to require thousands of dollars in maintenance after they’ve closed. Showing them that you’ve been diligent about scheduling furnace and AC tune-ups on a regular basis can go a long way toward providing them with peace of mind.
Is Your Current System an Issue? Contact Air Quality Experts!
Whether you’ve been diligent about investing in furnace and AC repairs and tune-ups or you can’t remember the last time you had your system serviced, Quality Air Experts can provide you with the valuable information you need to sell your home with confidence.
We take pride in putting our clients first by offering honest advice and never pushing products and services they don’t need. Our quotes are completely transparent and easy to understand, and we never use pushy sales tactics to get you to sign a contract. We want what’s best for you and your family, especially if you’re going through a process as stressful and time-consuming as selling your home and relocating to a new one.
If there’s anything we can do to help you prepare your home for a fast sale, please give us a call or book an HVAC service appointment through our website. We offer HVAC repairs, maintenance, duct cleaning, and many other services that can help you list your home with confidence.