It’s different that some AC’s make no noise while others are as loud as an engine

My wifey plus I spent close to six weeks trying to find a suitable apartment on the local market.

The two of us were dead set on not moving because of the proximity to both jobs plus having most of our family within a 20 hour driving radius.

Needless to say, we’re rooted in our community. Understandably, we stopped at nothing to find a cabin to buy after growing tired of rent payments getting swallowed by the void plus nothing to show for it in the end. Because of our impatience, we were a bit hasty in buying this certain house. The two of us rushed through inspections plus decided to forgo necessary remodelling simply so we could meet our transport out deadline in our rental—otherwise we’d be stuck with another annual lease. Once we had moved all of our belongings plus furniture inside, the troubles came to light a single by a single. The walls needed new paint, a portion of the wood flooring in the hour study room was severely disfigured, there was an electrical short in a study room outlet, plus most annoying of all—the a/c is seriously loud. This air handler is by far the loudest component I have ever used for indoor climate control. It’s louder than the dehumidifiers I have used in the past plus it’s even louder than the immense portable a/c we were using in our previous rental. The portable a/c officially disrupted our wifey’s sleep, so by the time we realized how loud this central a/c is, it came as a significant surprise. Thankfully, we spoke to a local HVAC corporation plus have several quotes on new systems, all of which are much quieter than this new beast. Plus, it’s almost 15 years old, so it’s towards the end of its lifetime anyway.

Electric heating system