Why Does Your Air Conditioner Make Loud Noises?

Whenever you hear strange loud noises from your air conditioner, it’s time to have it checked by an AC repair service. Different sounds coming from an AC indicate different issues. There are things you should remember to do when your AC starts making noise.

One of your main concerns should be to use your AC efficiently so that you aren’t paying for wasted energy. Look for special rebates and offers such as a program managed by the EPA and Department of Energy that can provide you with significant savings. The government’s Energy Star line of products include heating and air equipment. These products are designed to be eco-friendly and efficient while meeting strict guidelines.

Reasons Why ACs Make Loud Noise

An air conditioner making repeated clicking, bubbling & loud screeching noises should be cause for concern. It’s important to let a residential air conditioner repair specialist inspect or deal with issues.

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Comment by Franco Oyuela on October 29, 2018 at 9:29pm

When it comes to performance, ductless split systems never sacrifice power for comfort. Instead, they’re whisper quiet yet incredibly powerful.

That’s because the noisiest component—the compressor—is installed outside and can be placed up to 100’ away from the indoor unit which means ductless systems are much quieter than window mounted air conditioners.

BUT...

The most common causes of air conditioner noise are related to:

damaged duct work or poor duct design
clogged filters
loose parts
bearings and belts
electrical issues
fan problems
coil damage

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