If you’ve ever turned on your home air conditioner only to hear it sound like a jet engine, you aren’t alone. Many homeowners throughout Eastman, Georgia, experience this aggravating and obnoxious noise every time they need to cool down their homes. However, there are many ways to amend the situation. With several types of new, high-tech air conditioners, you can enjoy home comfort without an awful racket.

Ductless Mini-Splits

Whether it’s for new construction, additions, or remodels, ductless mini-splits have gained tons of popularity. Not only are they easy to install and don’t require ductwork, but they’re also nearly inaudible. On low settings, they hum along at almost a whisper, while higher settings are still quieter than most window units or traditional central air conditioners.

The reason that they can provide efficiency without the noise is that they don’t use ductwork. When air conditioners have to use ducts, the sheet metal acts as a resonator, bringing noise from the main unit through the vents and into your home. With ductless mini-splits, you don’t have to worry about these extra acoustics.

Infinity 21 Central Air Conditioner (Two-Stage)

If you plan on sticking with a central air conditioner, you won’t find a more hushed or efficient unit than the Infinity 21 central air conditioner from Carrier. This top-of-the-line offering is the best air conditioner money can buy, offering a mind-blowing SEER rating of 21. Two-stage compression allows the system to operate in low-stage, which removes noise levels that become apparent when most units run at high-stage levels.

Variable-Speed Air Conditioner

The Carrier Infinity Series also offers variable-speed air conditioners, which function with almost no noise at all. Variable speed refers to the fan inside the air handler of the air conditioner, which spins at the lowest rate to achieve the desired temperature. Because there are a seemingly endless amount of settings, variable-speed air conditioners always operate with minimal noise.

There are tons of air conditioner choices for your home, but if you’re looking for a quiet unit, you can’t beat these units. Once you’ve decided which works for you, let us take care of the installation. Call the pros at Pruett Air Conditioning today at 478-225-4921.

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