Is sound an issue for heating and air conditioning?

Yes. Heating and cooling that makes a lot of noise increases sound pollution. Although no monetary savings are tied to less noise at home, the sound rating of a heating and cooling system can have a meaningful effect on comfort and enjoyment of your Rochester home. The sound level of an air conditioner or heat pump depends on a number of things, such as the equipment, and the level to which the compressor is insulated. Although more heating and cooling systems manufactured today are quieter than ever before, it's a good idea to inspect sound ratings when assessing a new air conditioner or heat pump, specifically if the equipment is located bedrooms or living rooms. While some noise from your HVAC system is normal, hearing odd or loud noises could mean a probable problem with your system. If you don’t correct it, it could lead to serious—and expensive—issues at some point. Service Experts can help you determine what’s going on with your system and what needs to be done to correct it. If you hear any of these sounds coming from your system, call an expert technician for an inspection as soon as possible