7/14/19 update: It turned out to be the Harmonic Balancer that needed to be replaced. That’s what was causing the loud noise when the A/C was turned on.
Thanks for everyone’s help. The last post, in response to db4690’s inquiry, is detailed of how I found out it was the Harmonic Balancer.
So I need to replace the A/C *Compressor (terminology edited from condenser). There are a few things I’m going to do to try and ascertain that the loud squeeling sound when the A/C is turned on is from the condensor and not the belt/pullies.
With as much of my own work that I’ve done and experience with shops, I do not trust shops anymore. If they aren’t lying about what needs to be done or sabotaging your 're car then they’re trying to get as much money out of you as they can.
To replace the A/C unit the refrigerant needs to be removed, which the EPA, or the law, requires it be done at a licensed shop with certified equipment. This forces me to have to deal with a shop. Of the two calls I made the first one said they don’t do just an evacuation service and another one said they will for $50.
For $50 I can get a used A/C unit and refrigerant to refill it from the store. They want that amount of money for something that takes probably 10 minutes.
Then, you’ll either get a nice woman talking when you call which is there to soothe you into doing business with them or a like grunt talking guy that just wants to rip you off.
*edit, I’m not trying to come off the wrong way about people here who have a small auto shop though with my experience with shops and then doing work myself and comparing that to shops price there’s a reason I have my feelings about it.