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banging pipes that wake the dead - please help!
I had a Weil-Mclain Gold CGa Furnace with Erie zone valves installed. The heating in our house is hot water baseboards. Ever since the new furnace was installed, when the heat comes on or turns off, there is a loud bang in the pipes. It's not 100% consistent, but it happens quite often.
We had the furnace company come back to look at the problem. They only suggested adding padding around the pipes but most of the pipes are behind sheetrock.
It sounds way too loud to be air in the pipes and it didn't happen with the old furnace, so something about the new furnace or piping in the furnace room must different enough to be causing this problem.
Have any other suggestions?