Updating HVAC to more energy efficient model


I’ve lived in the same house for over ten years, and I have no plans of moving any time soon.

I love the house that I reside in; it’s a large split level home with big windows and a ton of storage, and best of all, it’s located in a beautiful wooded area so I have a ton of privacy and beautiful scenery.

My dog can run around in the yard and enjoys rooting around down by the creek. Everything about the house is perfect, except for the aged HVAC system which desperately needs to be replaced. The heating and cooling system has been here since I’ve resided in the house, and I believe it was in operation for at least another decade before I moved in. I have been able to get by with the finicky furnace and air conditioner so far, but there have been days that have really tested my patience. The thermostat rarely reads out the correct indoor air temperature, and I have to fiddle with the temperature controls for a while before I feel like the air conditions are right. I also deal with frequent air conditioner failures throughout the summer, and need to reset the cooling unit to get it back into working order. Worst of all, I spend a ton of money on heating and cooling my house because the HVAC Is not at all energy efficient. Now that I’m looking into updated heating and cooling systems, I am prioritizing the energy efficiency of both units in order to reduce my monthly energy bills. The new heating system will keep me happily living here for many years to come.


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