What Is the Best Quiet Bedroom Air Conditioning in California?


There is nothing worse than trying to sleep when you are hot and uncomfortable, so air conditioning is very important for a bedroom.

The thing is, air conditioning can create a good bit of noise and it can be hard to sleep if you have unwanted sounds filling the room around you. Given this reality, a lot of people ask about the best quiet bedroom ai conditioning in California.

Without question, the quietest type of air conditioning is going to be a central air conditioner. All of the noise that is emitted by the unit is going to be taking place outside of the rooms that are being cooled, so you won’t hear anything at all if you are inside.

In addition to the noise factor, central air conditioners provide many other advantages over other types of air conditioners such as window units or portable air conditioners that can be rolled around on wheels.

Energy efficiency is going to be there because you keep the entire house at a constant temperature. You are not constantly asking an individual unit to cool off a hot room all of a sudden.

In addition to this, with a central unit, you are making a single investment that will pay off over time. If you keep buying individual portable and/or window units you are spending money that you could have otherwise invested in a central unit.

When you purchase units to cool off individual rooms you are in essence wasting money that you could have put toward the purchase of a centralized unit so that you can have a totally cool house with quietude and energy efficiency.

The above having been stated, if you do decide that you want to cool your bedroom with a window unit or portable unit noise can be a factor because these types of air conditioners do in fact generate some unwanted sounds.

As they say, you get what you pay for and this is certainly true when it comes to portable air conditioning and window units. You want to look for quality, and two important factors are the fan speed and the cooling capacity. A lot of cooling capacity may sound great, but this is going to result in more noise so you want to look for the perfect balance.

The fit of the air conditioner into the window (if it is indeed a window unit) is a factor for noise as well.

The best way to get quiet air conditioning into your bedroom is to consult with one of our experts. He or she will gain an understanding of the size of the room along with your budget and make the appropriate recommendations.


Skip to content