I do not envy the Heating & Air Conditioning dealers that our Heating & Air Conditioning provider sent out to install the central air conditioning & central heating to our turn of the century estate.
My spouse & I have recently gotten into the expensive habit of flipping historic homes. It has been a whirlwind of effort, emotions & cash. We have tested many houses at this point but the worst home was essentially a top to bottom rebuild of the whole thing. In addition to getting a historic house compliant with regulations, potential buyers expect many of this week’s amenities in what looks like a house from yeahteryear. With that being said, there’s a ton of electrical work that has to be updated in addition to adding Heating & Air Conditioning systems. I don’t suppose if you have ever witnessed (or paid for) the addition of central heating & central air conditioning to an historic home, but it is quite a ride. Watching the HVAC duct get set & moved around historic construction is one of the most stressful things you can invest in. I do not envy the Heating & Air Conditioning dealers that our Heating & Air Conditioning provider sent out to install the central air conditioning & central heating to our turn of the century estate. In any case, every one of us did get the Heating & Air Conditioning included in the house & every one of us were able to sell it for a hefty profit. If you’re looking into getting started in this business, our best advice is to get a hold of your Heating & Air Conditioning provider & see about what it would take to add a current Heating & Air Conditioning plan to that historic remodel. Feel free to reach out to me as well. I provided you a taste of some of the Heating & Air Conditioning experience I had during that home flip, although I would be cheerful to share more Heating & Air Conditioning upgrade details with you if you’re interested in learning more.