When your furnace turns on for a heating cycle, does it make a loud BANG or BOOM sound? This can happen for a couple of different reasons, some of which are easy fixes and others which might indicate major safety issues with your system. Today we’re going to talk about why your furnace might make a banging sound when starting and what steps you should take to fix the problem!
There are two primary reasons why your furnace might make a banging sound when starting:
Furnace noises should never be ignored, especially if they occur right when the system kicks on. If you hear a banging sound at the start of your heating cycles, contact Jerry Kelly immediately so that we can send someone to your home to inspect the problem. You don’t want to take any chances if the sound is being caused by a delayed ignition.
h3>How can you prevent your furnace from making a banging sound when starting?
If you have any questions about why your furnace fan is always on, or if you’d like a heating system serviced or installed in your home, contact Jerry Kelly, your St. Charles, MO, furnace installation and repair contractor. We service the St. Louis area, including towns like Weldon Spring, Wentzville and Winghaven, MO.