Moving to a new city can be pretty overwhelming.
There is so much to learn and so many new things to see! Since we decided to buy a house in a historic district, we knew that there would be things we would need to upgrade, fix, and renovate right away.
Of course one of those things ended up being the HVAC, which is always a pain to take care of. In my experience, replacing an HVAC can cost a pretty penny. Step number one of this process was finding a trustworthy heating and cooling provider. We decided to ask for HVAC company recommendations from neighbors that have been in the neighborhood for more than ten years. The reason we placed this restriction on our search is to get reliable information from people who have likely replaced their own HVAC in that very neighborhood. We received the same name of a local technician a couple of times, so we decided to reach out to him. The cooling technician was able to come out rather quickly and give us an estimate on how much it would cost to replace the heating and cooling system. Since we moved to a warmer climate, we were definitely concerned about making sure the air conditioner was a priority for the home. He walked us through our options and offered us a discount on the HVAC that we couldn’t refuse. We got everything taken care of within a week after that, and we are super happy with our decision to work with his company! I’d always recommend speaking to your neighbors first.