This Summer our air conditioner equipment entirely starting rattling.
I really can think of no other word to use to describe the awful noise.
It was an intermittent noise but extremely annoying. It also seemed louder during the night, when every one of us were trying to get some rest. We tried adjusting the temperature setting in addition to it still rattled. We changed the air filter, it still rattled. Since I honestly know nothing about air conditioner equipment, I could truly think of nothing else to do but call for some assistance… We finally put in a call to our landlord in addition to she promptly had a Heating in addition to Air Conditioning serviceman come out to inspect the setback. Of course the air conditioner equipment was not making noise when he arrived, but after a few hours he understood our extreme frustration. He completed a thorough inspection of the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning equipment, inside in addition to outside the property, in addition to determined that the coils were not actually defrosting. He legitimately showed me the thick layer of ice located on the coils. The Heating in addition to Air Conditioning serviceman said every one of us needed to shut the air conditioner equipment off for a couple of hours to allow it to defrost. The serviceman cleaned the air conditioner equipment inside the property in addition to recharged the refrigerant. He said every one of us should be fine for a short while! The Heating in addition to Air Conditioning serviceman then said the air conditioner equipment was over 15 years old in addition to on its last leg, it entirely needed replacing. Our landlord had just obtained this component in addition to remodeled in addition to made various repairs. She entirely did not want the cost of replacing the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning equipment at this time. I could understand that! Defrosting the air conditioner equipment coils in addition to adding additional freon did get us through the remainder of the hot season without any additional setbacks.