What Causes Loud Noises in Plumbing?

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Plumbing noises can be caused by air inside the metal pipes of your plumbing. Noises can also come from changes in the temperature of the metal. Loud noises in plumbing are generally a sign of rapid temperature changes.
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Water pipes that are insufficiently secured may cause a rattling sound when water is traveling through them. Often these pipes run adjacent to a solid surface, such as a wall or a
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water rushing through it or it breaking. Well first of all ask yourself if the garbage disposal has sucked up any mice lately. or in some cases cats chasing the mice. Now there is
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HELLO Try this simple test... Turn off the supply valves to your _all_ toilets... usually right under and behind the left side of your toilet. Shut all of them. Run all your faucets
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Well, I don't know for sure what the noise is or why it's happening. But you said you've strapped the pipes in as best you can. THAT can be a problem. Pipes expand and contract. Changes
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