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Close to perfect BUT...bangggg
Convert from oil to gas, of 100 yr old small colonial, 25' x 36', 7 current radiators (2 radiators removed decades ago) last month. Reputable local installed Burnham IN5 w/ electronic ignition, new auto feed, new Crown Megastor water heater (indirect). Issues with loud radiators, not enough pitch, and banging. Steam guru addressed with new vents, better pitch, alas quieter radiators - kids now aren't waking up at 4am. Yet, as the cycle near ends, radiators hot, vents doing their thing, there is a period of 3 minutes where extremely loud banging of pipes - from the second floor - seem to be heard coming from under the floor- not from radiators which are alongside the walls. The banging is extrremely loud. It's taken numerous readings (this is the great site!!) to address the various nuances to this new system. We are alomst there, as we enjoy a quiet home. This last burst of banging has us all up early and perplexed. What should I look for, to, and who is best to take a look at it?