To say that selling your home is stressful is an understatement. Not only are you worrying about keeping your home looking perfect for showings, but you have to deal with countless potential buyers and real estate agents and, of course, worry about getting the most bang for your buck.
With that in mind, you surely don’t want to add another task to your to-do list, right? What if that task was a big one, like replacing your air conditioning system?
We know what you’re thinking. Why would I replace the air conditioning system in a house I’m not going to be living in?
We understand your hesitation, but this is a topic that homeowners ask us about all the time, and we have an answer for you.
So why should you replace your air conditioning system before selling your home?
Put simply, replacing the air conditioning system in your home before selling it can pay off big time when it comes to finding a buyer.
While the answer isn’t exactly black and white, here are some important things to consider if you’re selling your home.
Does replacing your air conditioning system fit your budget?
Without a doubt, the most important thing to consider when replacing your air conditioning system is whether or not it’s in your budget. If purchasing a new air conditioning system is totally out of your budget or will put stress on you during the already stressful process, don’t sweat it.
A broken or inefficient air conditioning system can be a deal breaker for some buyers, but isn’t always the end-all-be-all.
If purchasing a new air conditioning system is in your budget, read on.
Is your air conditioning system in overall good condition?
Knowing whether or not it’s time to replace an air conditioning system can be tough, especially if you’re moving out and aren’t sure if it’s worth the cost. Before replacing the air conditioning system, ask yourself if it’s in overall good condition.
What does that mean?
Basically the answer is whether or not it keeps the home cool and comfortable without costing you a ton in energy and repair costs.
Is your air conditioning system 15 years or older?
Even well-maintained air conditioning systems have an expiration date. If your system is 15 years or older, consider replacing it.
Does your air conditioning system use R-22?
R-22 Freon was used in air conditioning systems and other appliances before it was outlawed due to its effect on the environment.
If your air conditioning system still utilizes R-22, we recommend having the system replaced.
Contact A+ Air Conditioning in Gainesville for New AC Installation
Although it’s hard to determine the specific monetary value a new air conditioning system will add to your home, it will make your home more appealing to buyers and help gain their trust.
If you decide a new system will benefit your home, the team at A Plus Air Conditioning and Refrigeration are here to help. We offer comprehensive air conditioning services including quick, efficient, and economical installations.
Give us a call today at 352-374-4988 to learn more or schedule your service appointment online.