Lately I have started enjoying a cable show that is all about condo flipping.
The program is old, and I am accessing it through a streaming service, despite the fact that I am enjoying it and I get to binge watch all the episodes until I have watched them all, but one thing that enjoying the shows has taught myself and others is that I should be honestly careful about Heating and Air Conditioning when buying a house.
I have owned a few homes in our time, and I will really own a couple more before I die, and I never really offered a lot of thought to heating and cooling when making our purchase. Of course, I have regularly known that air conditioning and heating accounts for the largest appliance expense, despite the fact that I just never thought that much about it. Well, the show has been teaching myself and others that it is not just the cost of replacing an Heating and Air Conditioning program that costs. The operational costs of heating and cooling systems is also something to take into account. When these guys go to flip a house, and they have to substitute the Heating and Air Conditioning, they try to substitute it with a new unit that is as energy efficient as possible. That way, they can tell potential customers that they are likely to save large money on their heating and cooling costs over the years. Yes, the best furnaces and air conditioners cost a lot, but the condo flippers have shown myself and others that investing in top notch Heating and Air Conditioning is a wise investment. It would be fun to flip a house, don’t you think?