Duct sealing our new home before moving in

We’ve moved houses thrice. The first time my partner and I had to move to a bigger place, we made the mistake of trusting everything was okay. Shortly after, the furnace stopped working, and we had to install a heat pump as an alternative heating technology because it made more sense than replacing the older central heating device. The HVAC tech had already shared the perks of having one, so despite the installation costs and the fact that we were planning to move away in two years, we installed it. At the very least, it increased the value of that house when we decided to sell. Our second home was flawless, so we didn’t have any heating repair or other minor things to handle, but we also learned our lesson the first time. Now for our third home, we included the heating dealer in checking out the house for us before we moved because we didn’t want to spend after we were settled. The new town had a more developed heating industry which included provision for home services, but even that didn’t sound like something we wanted to explore shortly after moving in. The HVAC serviceman sent from one of the local businesses came around when we were finalizing some repairs and installations. A quick inspection only revealed that the digital thermostat needed to be replaced, and the ductwork had several weak points and cracks and needed cleaning. Duct sealing was done before cleaning just before we moved in, and it saved us from wondering about energy bills and air quality in our new home. From what I gathered, the previous homeowners did a lot of heating maintenance for themselves, which explains the cracks and wear.
Air conditioner tune-up

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