Something in the house does this weird whistle sound?
I only started to hear it recently
It’s like those old kettles that whistle but it’s only one single whistle
And it only happens every few hours
I thought it was the furnace but I turned it off and still heard the whistle after
Not sure where this sound is coming from
How can I figure it out?
- RitaLv 51 month ago
What is the whistling sound in my house?
A whistling sound is not a happy ghost; it's a very unhappy furnace or air conditioning filter. When the filter is dirty and inhibiting airflow, the system still has to get air, so it sucks what it can from around the filter.Source(s): https://iqosheetsdubai.ae/
- ?Lv 72 months ago
LONGSHOT ! ... if your hot water tank is malfunctioning (and thus creating some steam) maybe you are hearing steam and hot water escaping through the overflow/pressure relief valve (which could be worn out and be the problem).
- 18 gibbs 20Lv 72 months ago
Its the wind. My guess would be coming down the chimney.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Could be a smoke alarm about to die.
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- EarleenLv 62 months ago
It's the wind blowing through an opening somewhere. A common source is a window air conditioner. Something in an air conditioner is just right to make a whistle sound when the wind is out of a certain direction, certain velocity, etc. It could be an air vent duct to the out side. Like a clothes dryer vent,