Are you planning on selling your Frederick County Maryland home? If so, one of the very best upgrades that you can make to your house before listing it is to improve your HVAC system.
Thanks to recent data from the National Association of Realtors, we know that homeowners who recently invested in upgrading their central heating and air conditioning systems saw a return on their Investments above 71%.
This is awesome ROI considering that other home renovation projects like kitchens, bathrooms, or other remodels in the home often bring a return on investment that’s much lower. It makes sense to invest your money where you know that you can get the best possible return when you sell your home.
What To Consider Before Upgrading Your HVAC System
The first thing to consider before updating the HVAC system in your home is to ask yourself if it’s still running normally. If this is the case, you may want to consider updating other parts of your HVAC system.
For example: instead of replacing the HVAC system in your home, you could consider updating your duct work.
Ductwork is important because it’s what feeds the cool or warm air into your home during the year and if you live in an older property, you may have ductwork that’s between 30 and 50 years old so it’s a good idea to get that ductwork checked out and replaced if needed.
Let’s say that your HVAC system is functioning normally but it needs to be repaired, if the unit is still less than 10 years old, it’s a good idea to consider getting that system repaired rather than replacing it but, if it’s older than 10 years old and those repairs are going to cost you over $5,000 you should consider replacing your HVAC system instead of repairing it.
Contact Dave’s Cooling And Heating
At Dave’s Cooling and Heating, we specialize in repairing and replacing HVAC systems for customers across the Frederick County area.
If your HVAC system needs help, or to learn more about which improvements that you should make to your HVAC system before selling your home, contact us today by calling us or click here to connect with us online.