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Excessive Radiator noise after repairs
I live in an old house, built in 1910 ish with a steam radiator system. The house is 3 stories and recently the radiators were removed from the second floor and capped (no radiators on the third floor). I reside in a unit that makes up the first floor of the house. A water return pipe was also replaced in the basement. Ever since these repairs and changes were made to to the system the radiators have been gurgling, clanking and knocking nearly non stop but especially when the thermostat clicks on. One of the loudest clanks is from a pipe that used to go to the second floor. The heating company has been over and says they don’t see anything wrong and there is nothing they can do about the clanking. I’m not convinced and think there might be some other issues, especially because the issues started after the 2nd floor of the house was capped. Anyone have any thoughts as to what could be going on? Should I demand a second opinion?