My heater and air conditioner are pretty noise should I be worried?
While all systems heating and air make sounds the sounds should not be so loud that you it hurts your ears. Sound intensity is measured in units called decibels (dB). A normal conversation is about 60-70 dB. A telephone dial tone produces 80 dB; a lawn mower produces 107 dB or more. Sustained exposure to sound levels of 90-95 dB may lead to hearing loss, so it’s important to own the quietest heating and cooling system you possibly can.
To find out more information on quieter systems please contact McDonald Plumbing, Heating and Air at (916) 233-4194.