All you want to do is spend some time in your yard enjoying the peace and quiet while communing with nature, reflecting on the day or simply relaxing from the stresses of everyday life.
We all understand that our air conditioners must make some noise. But when the noise level reaches a point of irritation and concern, then action is required to determine the cause. The root cause may be attributable to your AC unit’s age, where it was installed in your yard and whether or not regularly scheduled maintenance was performed. Whichever the case, you will want to identify the severity of the noise and try to determine if it is normal (expected) or concerning (a problem needing attention to head off future damage).
A buzzing sound could be caused by one of the following conditions. If you hear one of these, give Pearson a call, so we can evaluate your unit’s performance, recommend options and let you choose the solution that provides the greatest value.
• Malfunctioning compressor – this part works to pressurize and cool the refrigerant in your AC. A buzzing sound means your compressor may not be working properly or that the electricity moving through the unit is not correct.
• Missing or damaged compressor rubber support feet - the compressor is mounted to the base of the AC unit on these feet. The rubber on the feet can crack or disintegrate, causing the compressor to become unbalanced causing a loud, buzzing noise.
• Frozen AC unit – AC units keep us cool during the hottest times of the year. But they can freeze up due to refrigerant leaks. Again, a buzzing sound may be present.
• Loose parts – many moving parts operate together to cool you home. If a part gets loose or is missing, other parts may suffer from premature wear produce a buzzing sound.
Pearson Guy and his professional staff are ready to solve your problems today. YOUR PROBLEM IS NO PROBLEM! Call 815-398-8312. Ask about complete AC installations for only $1799 or $55 per month (restrictions apply). Pest control inside/outside spray (odorless, quick drying, safe for kids/pets) for only $99 – regularly $150.