Your water heater is meant to provide you with hot water for showers, washing dishes, doing your laundry, and whatever else you might need. Understandably, you might find it disturbing to hear strange noises coming from your water heater. If this happens, it could be a signal that something is wrong.
The most common noises that people hear from water heaters are a rumbling noise or a loud bang. If this is happening with your unit,
here is what you need to know so that you can address the issue appropriately.
A common question we get from homeowners is, “why is my water heater making noise?” These noises can be a rumble, a loud bang, a sizzle, or a hum. But, no matter what it is, it probably isn’t pleasant and could indicate a problem with your unit. Unfortunately, the cause could be any number of issues, but we’ve narrowed it down to the most common ones:
When your water heater is “talking back” to you, you might want some help diagnosing and fixing the issue so that you can live and enjoy your hot water in peace. Give us a call, and we’d be happy to help figure out what’s causing those annoying sounds and discuss your options for repair, replacement, and upgrade of your system. And we’ll do it fast!
What is Causing that Noise Coming from My Water Heater? Your water heater is meant to provide you with hot water for showers, washing dishes, doing your laundry, and whatever else you might need. Understandably, you might find it disturbing
Whether your water heater isn’t heating water like it is supposed to, is leaking, or making strange noises, you might have a problem that needs addressing. Unfortunately, most household appliances won’t last indefinitely, but you may be able to repair