Before purchasing our current home, my hubby and I invested in a home inspection, and all of us gained a detailed report on the condition of the electrical wiring, plumbing, roof, insulation levels, the foundation, heating and cooling, but while the report was easily in-depth, there was little information about the integrity of the oil furnace and the central cooling system. With the weather extremes in our local area, heating and cooling are an immense part of the budget. All of us didn’t want to move into the home and right away needed to replace the heating and A/C system. A current oil furnace and also cooling system are a large expense. All of us had plans for a long list of home improvement projects that didn’t include upgraded temperature control. All of us ended up hiring a licensed heating and A/C business to thoroughly inspect the entirety of the heating and cooling system. He checked out everything from the heat exchanger and also the cooling coils to the HVAC duct. All of us were easily relieved when he assured us the machine was in nice easy working order. As soon as all of us moved into the house, my hubby and I at last started renovating. All of us pulled out of the ugly shag rugs and then sanded and varnished the hardwood underneath. All of us tore down walls, replaced overhead light fixtures, painted and installed a whole current kitchen, but during the project all of us made sure to seal off all of the heating and A/C supply and the return vents to prevent construction debris from getting inside… Then once all of us completed the job and had cleaned up, all of us called the heating and A/C business back to deliver a full service! To avoid repairs, energy waste, air quality issues and also inferior comfort, all of us wanted to be sure the heating and cooling machine hadn’t been compromised by any dust or contaminants during our project.