My House Roof Makes Noise
The noise could be coming from your roof during the.
My house roof makes noise. The entire roof system if not solidly braced can and will flex to absorb this force. Sheet metal ducting is notoriously noisy. We tried to debunk it but to no avail.
During the day the wood expands. As the lumber expands it moves and it will rub against other pieces of wood that aren t moving at the same rate. There are a few possible sources for this sound but none of them ghostly or even worrying enough to call in the pros.
It s thermal expansion and contraction. As your house quiets down at night and the temperatures fall the cooling of your roof components can often be heard. At night the outdoor temperature lowers and the wood contracts.
The sun shines on your roof all day warming the tiles and sub roof. As for the popping noise in the morning and evening that s a different mechanism. Settling sounds in and of themselves are typical of most homes.
The wood frame under your roof experiences temperature changes from the outdoor air because the attic does not receive much heating or air conditioning. When the furnace kicks on and hot air rushes through a cold. If it s the fall or winter then these sounds may coincide with turning on the heat for the first time all season.
In new homes roof trusses or the wood used to frame the attic often is green meaning it still has a. We recently moved into a 3 year old house saged and cleansed the house. This movement creates the popping noise.
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