Why Does a House Make Creaking Noises?

Answer

A house makes creaking noises for various reasons. Usually older houses are made of older materials which if are not updated can groan and creak when you walk on them. Older houses can also make creaking noises depending on the weather, such as a strong wind. Even if the house is newly built and makes creaky noises, it can be due to the materials used like wood that is known to have noisy effects.
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