Do I get to choose the HVAC plan for my home?

When my spouse and I bought our home, the people I was with and I knew it was a fixer-upper. The two of us just didn’t realize how much fixing up the people I was with and I had to do. Once the people I was with and I were able to get into the home and do a thorough investigation, there was a lot more work than what the people I was with and I had anticipated. The two of us needed a current roof, the foundation was cracked, and the walls needed to be torn out. The two of us also had to install a current HVAC system, including the air duct. When the people I was with and I called the HVAC supplier, they sent an HVAC business to the house. He did an inspection and said he didn’t believe the home had ever had an HVAC plan installed. There was an old wood burning gas furnace in the living room, and he assumed that was the only source of heating. He showed us that there wasn’t any electricity in the home either. This was something the people I was with and I had overlooked and it wasn’t in the home disclosures. Regardless of what HVAC the people I was with and I chose for the house, the people I was with and I would need to have electricity and that should be installed before the HVAC system. The two of us made arrangements to have the electrical plan installed, and I had to ask the HVAC business a question. He had said about whatever HVAC plan the people I was with and I chose. Did that mean the people I was with and I had a choice of which HVAC plan the people I was with and I wanted? If the people I was with and I did, I wanted a ductless HVAC system. I didn’t want pipework hanging in my basement, and I had also heard that ductless HVAC systems were less work and more energy efficient. If it was our choice about HVAC systems, I wanted the ductless HVAC.

 

Do I get to choose the HVAC plan for my home?