Can a New HVAC Add Value to Your Home?

Are you in the process of preparing your home to sell? If so, we’re sure you are going through your house and fixing up various odds and ends that need
repair. You may be replacing your countertops in your kitchen or putting down some hardwood floors in the living room. Whatever your home improvement
may consist of, you may want to consider replacing something you probably haven’t thought of: your HVAC unit.

Real estate agents across the country agree that having a brand new unit can drastically improve a home’s value, especially in hot and humid climates like
here on the Crystal Coast. If you put yourself in the shoes of the buyer, you will think practically about what needs to be done around the house.
Sure, a pool in the backyard or a unique fountain in the entryway can appeal to buyers, but they will look past the aesthetics and make sure the house
can provide year-round comfort. Logistically, replacing an old HVAC unit when you’re looking to sell will often outweigh any aesthetic updates.

Additionally, it gives the buyers one less thing to think about. The buying process is a stressful and chaotic time. Taking something off of the buyers
plate can incline them to make a purchase.

Lastly, you are able to woo buyers with energy savings. Newer systems are typically more energy efficient than older models; therefore, you can show off
that they will have a lower energy bill long-term. This can be a very attractive feature to homebuyers looking at the long-term benefits of a home.

Overall, replacing your HVAC unit before you sell your home can greatly aid in the selling process. Sure, buyers will look at the visual appeal of your
home, but they will also dig deep into the logistics of the necessities. Be sure to provide them with the best.

If you’re looking to replace, give Coastal Home Services a call at 252-222-0062 today. We look forward to hearing from you!

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