Asked by: Lynne Timkeasked in category: General Last Updated: 7th January, 2020
Why is my gas heater making noise?
Also asked, why does my gas heater make noise?
A delayed ignition causes a sharp bang or boom heard when the furnace burner cycles on. The pilot flame or electric igniter should ignite gas flowing from the burner as soon as the thermostat opens the gas valve. When this cloud belatedly ignites, it produces a loud sound within the metal furnace cabinet.
Also, how do I stop my wall heater from making noise? If possible, install your wall furnace in a dedicated furnace room to prevent noise from taking over your home. Apply soundproofing foam or insulation to the furnace room ceilings and walls, and use a door with a solid core to keep noise in the room.
Also, why is my heater making loud noises?
Loud noises coming from your furnace while it is running could be caused by any of a number of issues. For example, you may have a problem with the fan that blows hot air through your vents. That might be due to the fan bearings being worn out. In that case, these bearings will need to be replaced.
Do gas heaters make noise?
Gas heaters rely on powerful fans to draw in air and distribute heat throughout your home. If the belt or motor connected to this fan loosens or is damaged, your unit may emit a screeching or whining noise.