What's causing my duct work to pop when the furnace starts or stops?
A popping sound is characteristic of a duct design that’s too small. This occurs when there’s more airflow than your ductwork can control.
Issues with your ductwork can cause other ventilation and air quality troubles, such as:
- Too much noise
- Higher energy use
- Ahead-of-time system breakdown
- Uneven heating and cooling
- Broken AC compressor in the summer
- Overheated furnace or heat pump in the winter
- Mold growth inside ducts
Contact a qualified company in Long Island, like Matz-Rightway, to examine your residence’s ventilation system. We can provide suggestions for duct repair or installation.