Ask Adam"Adam has been in the HVAC industry forover 40 years. He has been involved in allaspects of the business from service to salesHis main interest is in customer comfort.What Can CauseA Noisy Furnace?Adam Kem, OwnerOfficial Heating & CoolingIf your furnace is in the basement, then any minor noises may gounnoticed. But if the furnace is in the living area then every noisewill be heard. Typically, furnace noise issues fall into two categories;duct related or mechanical.The vast majority of noise issues are duct related. Unfortunately,most duct systems are not sized properly and therefore can causewhistling noise or banging noise when the furnace starts or stops.Most homes don't have enough cold air returns which results in ahigh static pressure. The problem can usually be resolved by addingmore returns.Mechanical noises from the furnace are easy to spot because theyare very distinct and loud. They are almost always caused by theinducer motor or the blower motor. The inducer vents the fiue gasesinto the chimney. Eventually the heat from the flue gases dries outthe bearings and the motor makes a loud whirring sound. The onlyfix for this problem, depending on age, is to replace the motor orreplace the furnace.The most common noise issue with blower motors is when the blowerwheel makes contact with the blower housing. This creates a loudscratching noise. It is usually an easy fix by simply centering thewheel on the drive shaft and tightening the set screw. Most of theseproblems can be caught and corrected with regular maintenanceinspectionsIf you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634Lexie says.. or email adam@officialhvac.comFrom our families to yours...HippyThanksgiving!OFFICIALHeating & Cooling800-350-HVAC (4822)officialhvac.comFACTORYATHORCDDEALERPN wNATECarrierBBBA3 TimeHonoreeun to the experts Ask Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales His main interest is in customer comfort. What Can Cause A Noisy Furnace? Adam Kem, Owner Official Heating & Cooling If your furnace is in the basement, then any minor noises may go unnoticed. But if the furnace is in the living area then every noise will be heard. Typically, furnace noise issues fall into two categories; duct related or mechanical. The vast majority of noise issues are duct related. Unfortunately, most duct systems are not sized properly and therefore can cause whistling noise or banging noise when the furnace starts or stops. Most homes don't have enough cold air returns which results in a high static pressure. The problem can usually be resolved by adding more returns. Mechanical noises from the furnace are easy to spot because they are very distinct and loud. They are almost always caused by the inducer motor or the blower motor. The inducer vents the fiue gases into the chimney. Eventually the heat from the flue gases dries out the bearings and the motor makes a loud whirring sound. The only fix for this problem, depending on age, is to replace the motor or replace the furnace. The most common noise issue with blower motors is when the blower wheel makes contact with the blower housing. This creates a loud scratching noise. It is usually an easy fix by simply centering the wheel on the drive shaft and tightening the set screw. Most of these problems can be caught and corrected with regular maintenance inspections If you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634 Lexie says.. or email adam@officialhvac.com From our families to yours... Hippy Thanksgiving! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com FACTORY ATHORCD DEALER PN w NATE Carrier BBB A 3 Time Honoree un to the experts

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Ask Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales His main interest is in customer comfort. What Can Cause A Noisy Furnace? Adam Kem, Owner Official Heating & Cooling If your furnace is in the basement, then any minor noises may go unnoticed. But if the furnace is in the living area then every noise will be heard. Typically, furnace noise issues fall into two categories; duct related or mechanical. The vast majority of noise issues are duct related. Unfortunately, most duct systems are not sized properly and therefore can cause whistling noise or banging noise when the furnace starts or stops. Most homes don't have enough cold air returns which results in a high static pressure. The problem can usually be resolved by adding more returns. Mechanical noises from the furnace are easy to spot because they are very distinct and loud. They are almost always caused by the inducer motor or the blower motor. The inducer vents the fiue gases into the chimney. Eventually the heat from the flue gases dries out the bearings and the motor makes a loud whirring sound. The only fix for this problem, depending on age, is to replace the motor or replace the furnace. The most common noise issue with blower motors is when the blower wheel makes contact with the blower housing. This creates a loud scratching noise. It is usually an easy fix by simply centering the wheel on the drive shaft and tightening the set screw. Most of these problems can be caught and corrected with regular maintenance inspections If you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634 Lexie says.. or email adam@officialhvac.com From our families to yours... Hippy Thanksgiving! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com FACTORY ATHORCD DEALER PN w NATE Carrier BBB A 3 Time Honoree un to the experts Ask Adam" Adam has been in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He has been involved in all aspects of the business from service to sales His main interest is in customer comfort. What Can Cause A Noisy Furnace? Adam Kem, Owner Official Heating & Cooling If your furnace is in the basement, then any minor noises may go unnoticed. But if the furnace is in the living area then every noise will be heard. Typically, furnace noise issues fall into two categories; duct related or mechanical. The vast majority of noise issues are duct related. Unfortunately, most duct systems are not sized properly and therefore can cause whistling noise or banging noise when the furnace starts or stops. Most homes don't have enough cold air returns which results in a high static pressure. The problem can usually be resolved by adding more returns. Mechanical noises from the furnace are easy to spot because they are very distinct and loud. They are almost always caused by the inducer motor or the blower motor. The inducer vents the fiue gases into the chimney. Eventually the heat from the flue gases dries out the bearings and the motor makes a loud whirring sound. The only fix for this problem, depending on age, is to replace the motor or replace the furnace. The most common noise issue with blower motors is when the blower wheel makes contact with the blower housing. This creates a loud scratching noise. It is usually an easy fix by simply centering the wheel on the drive shaft and tightening the set screw. Most of these problems can be caught and corrected with regular maintenance inspections If you have any HVAC questions, call me direct at 815-404-4634 Lexie says.. or email adam@officialhvac.com From our families to yours... Hippy Thanksgiving! OFFICIAL Heating & Cooling 800-350-HVAC (4822) officialhvac.com FACTORY ATHORCD DEALER PN w NATE Carrier BBB A 3 Time Honoree un to the experts

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