There are 4 major Noises you must not ignore –
The Worst Nights Are Those When The Furnace Rattles Nonstop. There isn’t much you can do because it is the middle of the night, and it is unlikely that maintenance personnel will arrive to help you sleep. Rattling Noises in a Furnace’s fan or motor are an indication of worn-out or faulty parts. Turn off your system as soon as possible if the sound gets louder when your blower is operating because it most likely signifies that something is completely disconnected.
Humming or Vibrating – This could indicate that the motor is out of balance or that there are loose parts. The requirement to get the sound looked out increases with its volume. Your motor may be damaged or your compressor may be under stress if it is humming.
Any Boom Sound We Hear Is Frightful, Perplexing, and Causes Our Heart To Stop. Your Furnace may be experiencing a gas build-up if you hear a boom from it. Booms could fracture the heat exchanger and entirely burn out the Furnace if they are ignored, and none of us want that. Buzzing could indicate a variety of problems, such as loose parts, debris, a loose fan motor, the need to replace the air filter, or a refrigerant leak.
Squealing – Squealing is a symptom of faulty inducer or blower motor bearings. The screeching sounds start whenever parts of the motor are out of alignment and continue until the problem is fully fixed. A professional will visit and fix the fan motor if you continuously hear screaming or screeching Noises from your HVAC system. If the Noise is only present when your HVAC system initially turns on, the compressor and the motor that drives it are probably the source of the problem. If your HVAC system isn’t covered by a warranty, which we hope it is, you could be better off replacing the whole thing.
This winter, it’s important to pay attention to these four Noises, and if you hear them, you should respond to them right away with Staton Heating & Air INC. The sooner you have maintenance done, the better because it can be very expensive. Contact Staton Heating & Air INC to resolve the issue today – (770) 790-4211