Brick homes are the worst when you’re trying to install a heating and cooling unit

Brick homes look cool on the outside, but on the inside, it is much harder to maintain.

This is my opinion, as I have lived in one before.

Brick houses are harder to clean, and difficult to renovate. I tried making an electrical or Heating, Ventilation and A/C units update once before, and it proved to be almost impossible. Unlike drywall, you can’t just remove a wall to run electrical or a Heating, Ventilation and A/C unit. Vents are also hard to maintain in a brick house. This house was obviously built before the use of Heating, Ventilation and A/C systems in mind. I’m going to assume that brick homes were made without anyone thinking that any maintenance, whatsoever, would be done. In fact, the vents for the Heating, Ventilation and A/C units were put in to this house in a way that doesn’t allow anyone to crawl into them to be able to provide updates. You have very few options for adding heating or cooling to your brick home. Installing a furnace for another section of your house to provide heat for that area might be an option. Even adding a window air conditioning. That’s about it. I don’t understand why anyone would want to live in a brick home outside of the fact that they are visually pleasing to the eye from the outside. Having a proper working heating and cooling system is worth having an up-to-date home.
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