Long Beach Plumbers often say that plumbing within your walls is vital. Although they are required, there is no reason to rattling.

Rattling pipes

Water hammer is often used to describe a sound that causes pipes to vibrate and make noises. The water moving through your pipes can cause a vacuum cleaner. This is usually dispelled by a port that runs across your roof, near your faucet or plumbing fixture. If the vent is blocked, a vacuum may form and cause the hammering sound.

Main Line Problems

Your main water supply should be disconnected. The maximum faucet in your home is the one located the furthest up and away from the main water supply. Flip the floor faucet around in your house (in the basement, outdoors or on the floor closest to a main sewer line).

The water will eventually stop flowing and drain, which can lead to air buildup in your plumbing. Turn off the faucet at its smallest setting, turn on your main valve and let water re-fill your pipes before it flows freely through your faucet.

Water pressure

Long Beach Plumbing experts will often mention that high water pressure can also cause loud banging or rattling sounds from your plumbing. This is most likely the problem if you hear this sound when turning on a faucet.

Ask your local plumber about installing a pressure regulator, or a decrease valve. This allows water to flow more efficiently through your home. It also makes it easier for your plumbing and water-supplied appliances.