The value of your home is affected by a wide range of variables, including its location, landscape, roofing, and interior features like flooring and appliances.
How do you tell if the value of your property is being impacted by your HVAC system when there are so many distinct parts? Our professionals providing HVAC services will help you out. You can use the following factors to assess the value your HVAC system contributes to (or takes away from) your house.
Are HVAC Systems A Necessity Or Luxury?
While prospective buyers might not immediately recognize a newly fitted HVAC, they’ll notice one that isn’t working properly! Modern consumers view efficient centralized heating and cooling as a need rather than a luxury. The compelling feature that seals the deal might be the home’s effective temperature management.
If you have a newly installed HVAC, it can lower your utility bills. As long as the furnace is under 15 years of usage and the air conditioning is under 10; you’re fine. The newer system you have, the better, but there’s no need for immediate changes if the system is in great working condition.
The performance of HVAC systems has significantly increased during the last 15 years. Even if you have no plans to sell, updating to a model from the past few years could help you save up to 40 percent on your energy costs. This is because heating expenses account for one-third of the yearly energy bill.
This small adjustment has a significant impact! If the model’s energy efficiency is great, you can easily increase your savings. Energy efficiency generates income during sales as well as long-term cost savings.
Your HVAC system will be worth more to potential purchasers if it has a better SEER/AFUE rating.HVAC services assign ratings to determine how efficient is a system and its units. If you get a 16 or above SEER rating for your air conditioning unit, it’s highly efficient. If you get a 90% on your AFUE rating, then your furnace is considered efficient.
Size Of The HVAC System
The idea that one size fits all applies to HVAC systems must be eliminated from your mind. Each room won’t be properly cooled by a system that is too small for your house. No homeowner wants one room to be freezing while the other is boiling.
On the other hand, a large HVAC system would cool the entire house without adequately dehumidifying the air. Maintaining the proper temperature in your home will put too much strain on the unit, and frequent starting and pausing may affect it too.
That’s why getting the right-sized HVAC system for your home is important.
Statewide Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration LLC will help you figure it out! Our HVAC services include inspecting your ducts, AC units, exhaust fans, and more. We also perform residential and commercial air conditioning services, ice machine repairs, refrigeration services, and several other services.
Get in touch with us and get your free consultation today!
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