Homeowners need to be aware that any upgrading that they undertake should increase their home equity.
One way to increase home equity by installing HVAC upgrades in your home.
Some things you can do to increase your home equity is installing a smart thermostat, a zoning system, improved air filtration, or an energy recovery ventilator (ERV). A smart thermostat lets you control energy consumption and enable temperature regulation using a smart device. You can program your HVAC to turn on and heat or cool your home to specific temperatures. A smart thermostat can increase your home equity by 5%. A zoning system lets you regulate temperature levels at specific areas in your home. This is an ideal way to minimize cold and hot spots and reduce your power consumption. They work quietly and with high efficiency. If you or your loved ones suffer from air condition allergies or asthma, this could be a problem brought on by the presence of dust and other allergens in the air caused by low air quality in your home. If your HVAC system is still using 1-inch filters, this could be the source of health problems. Improved air filtration can improve air quality. Some examples of improved air filtration systems include UV light air purifiers and whole-house air cleaners. An energy Recovery Ventilator is another idea in HVAC upgrades that will increase home equity. It works well with an air filtration system. An ERV exchanges stale air from the inside with fresh air from the outside. This process goes on without energy loss unlike when you open the windows to let fresh air into your home. If you are looking to increase your home’s equity, calling a professional to upgrade your home is an option that you must be more comfortable in and save you money.