Questions about: noise

A ticking noise in the water pipesIf you're hearing ticking noises coming from your walls, it's may be water pipes rubbing against the wooden, steel or brick structure of the house. Pipes expand and contract as the temperature of the water flowing th
I live in an apartment, and recently the electric water heater was dying. There was a small leak and it stopped heating a couple times. It also made a crazy rattling sound like a little snare drum, unpredictably, having nothing to do with me using th
Assuming you're just hearing it & not noticing any other effects from it. An other effect would be your sink trap's water or your toilet's water being sucked right out, which doesn't appear to be happening. Then, I'm inclined to think the wall or
I have had similar experiences to most on this thread. I would hear noises coming from my walls. I would normally hear them in late morning and then again late at night
I have a plumbing issue that I'm looking for suggestions on. After using a substantial amount of hot water (say, a long shower + washing laundry) I will hear a loud rumbling / vibrating sound throughout the house, emanating from the water pipes. The
Started happening a few years ago, unclear whether it has gotten any louder or whether there's anything that makes it better or worse. I don't think it was this bad when new, though. Functionally, fridge still seems fine
I woke up two mornings ago to water that was colder than usual, so. . I naturally went to check the water heater and the pilot was out, the pilot light has never went out in the 4 years- almost 5 I've owned it
I have had similar experiences to most on this thread. I would hear noises coming from my walls. I would normally hear them in late morning and then again late at night
Your dishwasher may be making this type of noise due to a few problems thatmay be occurring. Check these: Water-inlet valveMotorHeater fanPumpWater-inlet valveAn aging water-inlet valve can sometimes fail slowly, rather than all at once. It can shudd