Glad I followed the HVAC experts advice on upgrading my unit
When the Heating and A/C professional kept saying that our heating and A/C plan was old, I didn’t pay him any mind at first, but I thought he was discriminating against our heating and A/C plan because it wasn’t great enough or something.
Eventually he explained that it wasn’t that our heating and A/C plan was lousy, it was that it wasn’t as energy efficient as the newer models and that’s just the way it goes.
Well, I told this heating and A/C professional our seasoned philosophy, ‘if it ain’t broke, don’t service it.’ He agreed that in most cases that’s the way to go, but you have to be smart when it comes to upscale heating and A/C equipment. He said that surely somebody would want to buy our seasoned heating and A/C as it would be of great use to somebody, maybe only for parts but those seasoned parts honestly have value. He said if I sold the heating and A/C, I could replace it with a new 1 and prefer the energy savings. I had to admit, the heating and A/C professional was making a lot of sense and I no longer felt offended about him telling me to go for a replacement. It wasn’t like I had some romantic attachment to our heating and A/C system, I just thought I should keep using it until it was finished. Even with cars, both of us sell them and replace them with something new or trade in at the dealership, so why not do that with Heating and A/C equipment? So I did as the girl said, found a customer for our seasoned plan which was only 10 years seasoned mind you. I got a pretty great deal for it and our new heating and A/C plan legitimately is energy efficient.