Buying or selling a home?
Congratulations this is an exciting time in your life!
That said, there are matters to attend to before signing on the dotted line. As with any major purchase, an inspection is essential to avoid any surprises or potential issues that could result in spending additional money out of pocket.
For sellers, we know you want to ensure that the home you are handing off to new owners is safe and reliable. While we certainly hope you’ve been having your HVAC unit serviced regularly with up-to-date records that will help alleviate the fears of buyers, offering to have an independent inspection with one of our trained technicians is sure to impress.
During your inspection, one of our certified technicians will thoroughly test your HVAC system for performance and functionality. With the report in hand, you can feel confident that nothing will come up that could set your sale off track.
Selling your home? Get in touch with us today for a comprehensive overview of what you can expect from your HVAC system inspection prior to the sale of your well-loved home.
While it’s always important for a seller to have a clear conscious going into the final days of their home sale, it’s even more important for you as a buyer to have all the facts before making the biggest financial investments of your life.
On average an HVAC system has a lifespan of 10-15 years, though if it is properly cared for throughout its lifetime, it can easily continue working past that timeframe. During a routine real estate home inspection, a system could look and sound in working order, leaving the inspector to assume there are no potential problems before continuing to other areas of the house.
Unfortunately, problems with the HVAC system are some of the most overlooked issues during an inspection. Without the proper tools and specific knowledge, an inspector isn’t always equipped to conduct a comprehensive exam. A faulty HVAC system can cost you money each month due to reduced energy efficiency and also in repair or replacement expenses.
To avoid this, contact us today to have our experienced team members survey and assess the HVAC system in the house you hope to soon call home. Get our seal of approval today!