It’s expected for your HVAC system to make a bit of noise as it works. There are several details that influence its sound level, like age and insulation.
However, hearing odd or loud noises could mean a potential malfunction with your machine. If you fail to fix it, there could be significant (and costly) repurcussions later on.
Here are several of the AC noises and furnace noises we often experience in Rochester and what they could mean. If you’re hearing any of these sounds, contact a technician as soon as possible. Strogen's Service Experts will determine what’s occurring with your system and what needs to be done to restore it.
Units that make a lot of racket increases sound pollution. While noise might not necessarily have an affect on energy efficiency, it could affect comfort in your residence.
Comfort units made now are quieter than previous years. However, it’s wise to look at sound levels for your new air conditioner or heat pump, particularly if it’s installed near your bedroom or living room.