I avoided installing an AC in my home for over two years because I felt there was no need to endure the sounds.
While some people find the a/c sounds soothing, I would not say I liked those hideous noises at all.
I lived in an area where temperatures were easy to manage, as well as that my home was fully insulated, making it no problem to get by separately from installing a single. All that was really necessary was a wonderful gas furnace to help keep myself and others warm from Thanksgiving through Valentine’s Day. I did not struggle with cooling my home since it was not uncomfortable to be indoors even when the sun’s heat was scorching outside. However, this came to a halt when a job transfer necessitated my move. I had to move to an area where weather patterns were erratic, as well as it could get too warm or too cold. Unfortunately, my home was not fantastically insulated since it was an old school model. I absolutely had to have a Heating and A/C unit, which was already installed. My experience with the buzzing sound was not one that I could live with, as well as I knew I had to find a solution to eliminate those a/c sounds. I had heard about such adjustments as well as needed an expert to tell me how to reduce the noise my a/c was making in my house. The Heating and A/C professional told me about lining the interior of the air duct using melamine foam. The foam makes a good absorber that would reduce noise as well as at the same time serve as thermal insulation. I was able to be happy again because I could hardly hear the noises emanating from my HVAC.