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someone out here has to know the answer to my question that i have been asking for 2 yrs. now new heating system was installed and a humming sound is thru out the house. Circulator was moved further back which did help but we still have a hum sound. Is there a way to transfer sound to cement floor instead of it traveling up into the house? I did place cement blocks under the heating system but it did nothing. So now i'm thinking what if i get a rubber post approx. 3 feet tall and stick it under the circulator to the cement floor. But the system does get hot, would it melt? Would this work? Can someone help me pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeze thank you