Potential homebuyers will often look for homes with AC. It is almost guaranteed the home will have comfortable living conditions with an AC unit. They can also determine whether they will have to pay for additional repairs, upgrades, or electrical appliances after examining the AC unit. In addition, homebuyers will also ask if the house is able to meet updated cooling and heating needs.
Do Homes With AC Units Increase Your Home’s Value?
In short, yes! Although these systems do not necessarily bring a high return on investments, but it does attract more home buyers. As B.C. summers can get very hot with heat waves, as we’ve experienced recently. Many homebuyers are on the lookout for homes with AC installed and can bring the value up to 12%. Not only does this affect the home’s comfort but creates a healthy environment for homeowners too. It’s good to note that home appraisers will not check the furnace, heat pump, ducts, AC Unit, or vents. However, they do check to verify the AC unit exists and is working properly.
Should I Be Replacing the AC Unit Before Selling My House?
Depending on your homes asking price goal and but you should almost always replace yourAC unit. If the unit is older than 20 years or repairs cost more than a new unit, it should be replaced. In general, outdated units are considered less energy efficient and more costly to operate. Even if your homes with AC are functioning well and properly, potential buyers might be skeptical if it is old.
It is important moving forward to consider the overall value an AC unit could bring to your home. Luckily, here at CampbellCare, our professionals are trained in perfecting your indoor environment. Whether you need AC installations, repairs, or a good tune up, we are here to help you! Contact us today and our CampbellCare professionals will help you achieve the ultimate value your home deserves!