Heating pipes can make noise for a number of reasons but the most common is high water pressure. This is often referred to as ?water hammer? and happens when water pressure in the pipes is above 80 psi and moves rapidly ... More »

High water pressure, loose mounting straps and water hammers are some of the reasons water pipes make noise, according to James Carey and Morris Carey, authors of "Home Maintenance For Dummies." Fixing these problems red... More »

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Water pipes that make a lot of noise when people run water can be caused by high water pressure, loose mounting straps or even a water hammer. Troubleshooting a water system is an important part of home maintenance becau... More »

Toilets can make noise for many reasons: the most common are bad fill valves, calcium deposits inside pipes and leaky toilet valves. In most cases, a cleaning or replacement is needed to correct the problem. More »

There are a number of reasons why a toilet may make noise after flushing; however, a loud noise that takes more than a minute after flushing the toilet may indicate a restricted water flow or a problem with water pressur... More »

High water pressure, loose mounting straps and water hammers are some of the reasons water pipes make noise, according to James Carey and Morris Carey, authors of "Home Maintenance For Dummies." Fixing these problems red... More »

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Fix water hammer in pipes by turning off the water main and opening the faucet that causes the noise so that the waterlogged air chamber drains and fills with air. If the chamber is full of mineral accumulation, remove t... More »