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Can My Bose System be moved to My New Home?


We are often asked, ”Can My Bose system be removed and moved to my new home”? The answer is yes but I always suggest the Bose system be sold with the home either as a sales incentive or at an additional cost. Homes will often sell quicker if advertised with the built in Bose Home entertainment system. There are 2 good reasons to sell the system with the home. First, leaving the system avoids the resulting repair to the walls where the speakers are located. Even with surface mounted speakers, there will be screw holes that need to be repaired. With flush mounted speakers, the repairs will be greater. Second, if you leave your existing system, you can purchase a new system for your new home with the newest technologies that your existing system may not have. For those that decide to remove their system, next week’s Question of the Week will cover what must be taken and what can remain. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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