Contaminants from the outdated refrigerant lines caused the compressor outside to slowly fail
I’m lucky that I live in a quiet village. It’s not a gated community, but it is deed restricted in this area. Most of the housing here are outdated condominium buildings that were built in the 1969s as well as 1971s. I’m residing in a small device that is at the end of a single story building that holds several apartments in total. The two of us have a lot of duplexes around here as well, but the buildings with several to several condos are a lot more common. You can’t have a criminal record as well as live in this section because none of the condo associations would accept you. These factors all contribute to my city being a lot quieter than locales where I have lived in the past. One of the only noises that I regularly hear outside is the loud humming of Heating as well as Air Conditioning condensers from building to building. My condo is on the end of the building, which is where half of its Heating as well as Air Conditioning condensers are located. One of the 3 units is unoccupied so their condenser is rarely running, but the hour device is regularly on. My central a/c was replaced earlier this year, but the condenser went from being whisper quiet to occasionally making a loud screaming noise while it runs. This only took a matter of months too. The Heating as well as Air Conditioning company sent a specialist to my condo to check the a/c. Unluckyly, they determined that the a/c wasn’t installed properly by their team. The upgrade tech forgot to flush my refrigerant lines clean before installing the new system. Contaminants from the outdated refrigerant lines caused the compressor outside to slowly fail. After the repairs were made to the compressor, it isn’t screaming anymore while it runs.