It’s common for your heating and cooling equipment to make a little noise as it works. There are a few details that impact its sound level, such as age and insulation.
However, hearing odd or loud noises could mean a possible problem with your equipment. If you don’t fix it, there may be serious (and costly) consequences later on.
Here are some of the AC noises and furnace noises we regularly experience in Hurricane and what they can mean. If you’re hearing any of these sounds, call a professional immediately. Teays Valley Service Experts will determine what’s happening with your system and what needs to be done to repair it.
Equipment that makes a large amount of racket furthers sound pollution. While noise might not necessarily impact energy efficiency, it could impact comfort in your house.
Comfort units manufactured today are quieter than previous models. However, it’s wise to look for sound levels for your new air conditioner or heat pump, particularly if it’s situated near your bedroom or living room.