Asked by: Romul Jammehasked in category: General Last Updated: 30th January, 2020
Why is my house making loud popping noises?
Then, why does my house make loud popping noises?
Popping noises may sound like they are coming from walls when the sounds are actually traveling down the air ducts throughout the house. The popping can sound rather loud as warm air expands or cool air shrinks the metal ductwork, causing them to pop.
Beside above, why does my ceiling make cracking noises? At night attic can sometime make loud creaking and cracking sounds. It can ofter sound as if the roof is broken in some way, or the roof is going to collapse. The creaking sound is perfectly normal, and is caused by the movement of roof timbers responding to changes in temperature.
Accordingly, why is my house making noises?
The many materials that make up your house — wood framing, plywood, glass, metal ducts, nails, plumbing pipes — all expand and contract at different rates. When a house cools at night, these materials may move slightly, rubbing against each other and making noises. Occasionally, they'll contract with an audible pop.
Is it normal to hear noises in your house?
Certainly, some of the sounds you hear in your house are totally normal (your fridge intermittently running, the occasional creak of the house settling) but there are others that are cause for concern — indicators of what might need to be fixed, replaced, or even exterminated.