The latest talk about residential heating and cooling.
Who’s got residential heating and cooling? Yep, pretty much everyone, in some capacity. There’s a wide variety of systems and ways to get your residential heating and cooling. It’s not something we talk about very often, so the question is, who should be talking about residential heating and cooling?
New Home Owners
New home owners should definitely be talking about residential heating and cooling. Whether you’re building a home or are moving into an existing home, the heating and cooling system should be on your mind.
If it’s new, you should still consider what type of thermostat you want and what you want your system to be capable of for the house you’re building. If it’s an existing home, inspecting the home’s existing heating and cooling system is a crucial part of the process. This inspection helps you consider if you want to stick with the old or upgrade to a new, more efficient HVAC system.
Home inspectors should talk about residential heating and cooling all the time. You see functioning units and you see old dilapidated systems, and you make the recommendations to homeowners and home shoppers about what they should do with it – keep it or upgrade.
Many homeowners who’ve lived in the same house for a number of years may want to look at their old residential heating and cooling system and consider if it’s time to upgrade to one that is more efficient and more cost effective. If your utility bills are rising every month, or if you’re not always comfortable in parts of your home, you should definitely be talking about your HVAC system.
No matter who is talking about residential heating and cooling, one thing is certain: there’s no better resource for information than H.H. Hovey Heating & Cooling. Want to talk about your residential heating and cooling? Call (336) 768-2703 today and talk to an expert at H.H. Hovey.