Add Value to Your Home with an Up-to-Date HVAC Unit

Add Value to Your Home with an Up-to-Date HVAC Unit

Posted by
Ed Miller on Fri, Feb 26, 2016

As a homeowner, it is extremely important to think of all of the ways you can invest in your house to increase its value. One great value-increasing step that many people overlook is updating their HVAC unit. This will not only add to the value of your home, but it will also increase the comfort within the heat of Jacksonville summers, as well as help you save on energy and money in the long haul.

The first thing you need to consider is getting rid of window units, as they are more costly to run, and they bring down the value of your house tremendously. Another thing to know is that it will cost much less to install central air in a house that already has air ducts. If the servicemen whom are installing your unit have easier access to the pipes, it will require less labor, time, and money. The average cost of installing a new central air system depends on the size of the home, and the condition that it is in. The need for heating and cooling also depends the geographical location. During the heat of the summer in the Jacksonville area, many home-buyers will be thinking about their need for air conditioning when purchasing a home.

According to the National Association of Realtors, central air conditioning will add around 12 percent to the value of a house on average throughout the country. While competing with other houses in the market, the quality of your central air system can help put your house in first place above the others. Your house will be more appealing to a buyer than an equally attractive home without central air.

Along with thinking about the resale value of your home, you should also consider how comfortable you’d like to be while living in your house once you ditch a window unit, and install a central air system. Think about how often you use your air conditioning. Not only will installing a new unit in your home add value to your property, but it will also bring you savings and keep you cool in the long run.

One last thing to consider, is to make the most out of your new unit by using other energy-saving remedies in your home. A great way to do that is to add insulation to your attic. This will keep your comfortable air from leaking out the window. This project will also take very little time and money to complete.  

If you’re looking to increase the value of your house by updating your your HVAC unit in Jacksonville, look no further than Snyder. Contact us today for a quote on services and installation.

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