HVACThe hills shouldn’t be alive with sound of your HVAC. If your air conditioner is making too much noise, it could be time to call your friends at Bruno Air Conditioning. Your AC shouldn’t be making enough noise to disturb your day-to-day life. Take control and stop the noise once and for all!.

It could just be a quirk of the system or something more serious. Identify the sound and find the solution today to avoid what may become a costly problem.

Air conditioners are machines and as such, they are prone to various noises. Common noises include a “buzz” or “whoosh.” However, these noises should be temporary or soft, certainly not disruptive. Other common noises include the sound of your HVAC booting up. These noises can also seem out of the ordinary but don’t be alarmed if you hear abrupt, high-pitched squealing, as it can be attributed to your AC compressor.

While some noises are common, there are many others that are certainly not. These can include, but are not limited to banging, hissing, clanking, or a vibration. All of these are abnormal noises that can be the indication of a very serious problem for your HVAC system.

“Bangs” and “clanks” can be caused by loose parts in your HVAC unit. This is a big problem that can lead to very costly repairs.

Hisses are, more often than not, air escaping. This could be due to a leak in your air ducts or his pressure in your heat pump. Refrigerant can leak out of a component and cause these issues. Thankfully, Bruno Air Conditioning offers Aeroseal, an easy solution that seals ducts from the inside out.

Leave the singing to the Austrian hillside, not outside your window! If your air conditioner is making abnormal sounds, don’t hesitate to call us today. Bruno Air Conditioning is southwest Florida’s premiere choice for all of your AC’s needs. We service clients all across Florida, including residents in Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Naples, Kissimmee, Orlando, and Tampa! Give us a call today at 239-908-4704 and get ready for exceptional AC and HVAC maintenance and repair.