I avoided putting in an A/C in my residence for the longest time because I felt there was no need to put up with the sounds.
While some people find it soothing, I would not say I liked it at all.
I lived in a place where hot as well as cold temperatures were straight-forward to properly control, as well as that my residence was fully insulated and made it straight-forward to get by without an a/c. All I needed was a good gas gas furnace to help keep myself and others moderate all through the Winter. I did not struggle with cooling my lake house since it was pretty safe to be inside even when the sun’s heat was scorching outside. However, all these changed when I had to move because of work. I had to adjust to living in a section where weather patterns were chaotic, as well as it could get too boiling or too cold. Unfortunately, my lake house was not properly insulated since it was an outdated school model. My only opportunity of surviving had an Heating as well as Air Conditioning unit, which was already there. My experience with the buzzing sound was not a positive one, as well as I knew I had to find a solution pretty quickly. I had heard about such adjustments as well as needed an expert to evaluate the chance of applying a single of the sound reduction methods on the a/c unit in my house. The Heating as well as Air Conditioning serviceman suggested lining the interior of the ducts with melamine foam. It would serve as an absorber that would reduce noise as well as at the same time be good thermal insulation. I was able to sleep well again because I could hardly hear the noises from the a/c drainage pipes.