A home inspection is a matter of course in most closing deals before a buyer signs. Including a home inspection contingency is crucial when you make an offer on a house because it not only reveals repairs that may not be visible, but also includes analysis of upcoming repairs and potential problems. Since HVAC is one of the most expensive repairs - replacements any home owner will encounter, its wise to schedule a full inspection focused on the homes heating, air conditioning and ventilation system performed by a state Licensed HVAC professional.
While general home inspectors cover a lot of ground—the foundation, structural elements, exterior and roofing, plumbing, electrical, and more--most home inspectors are not HVAC experts and do not poses the expensive tools to fully evaluate the conditioning of these systems and even include disclaimers on many home inspection forms attesting to that fact.
Here are 4 good reasons why it’s important to have an HVAC expert inspect your potential new home:
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An independent HVAC inspection conducted by a state licensed HVAC contractor can benefit both buyer and seller.
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Scheduling an HVAC inspection as part of your buying process is well worth the small amount of extra time and money. Need a qualified HVAC expert to give your potential new home the thumbs-up? Contact Climatize Heating & Cooling LLC to schedule your HVAC buyer’s inspection.