Client described a noise in a wall. I have a loud electrical sounding humming noise that is vibrating through my house, and appears to be coming through the adjoining wall of my neighbour's house. Hey guys, my partner and I are hearing a weird low-pitched humming/buzzing noise coming through our apartment bedroom wall. I have a constant humming noise in my house. It might cover over the humming sound enough so that you can at least get to sleep at night. I have a loud electrical sounding humming noise that is vibrating through my house, and appears to be coming through the adjoining wall of my neighbour's house.
It's not the deep buzzing noise that a wasp or large bee would make when flying around but more the kind of quieter buzzing that a small bee makes when its collecting pollen from a flower, if anyone knows what I mean. The furnace door wouldn't make noise when not in use, and I think this person said they live in the south, so it's unlikely the furnace would be running constantly.
Then have somebody come out and take a look. Louder in different random parts of the wall.
My whole house is humming and I don't know what to do Hi, I know this post is old, but did you ever figure out what caused the noise you have in your master/bathroom. It starts and stops at any time of day or night, even with my electricity / heating / water turned off at the mains. For the last few weeks, we've been hearing this strange ( not quite ) buzzing noise that seems to be located behind our bedroom wall. However, the same kind of hum can be heard with a stethoscope placed ontop of the water pipe valve. The wall is located in the downstairs master bedroom. Have you ever been sitting in your house and noticed a humming sound? There are various reasons for buzzing or humming in an electrical system; it may be wiring or breaker problems, or it may be mains hum. It sounds like the electricity going through the wires. Skittering sounds, squeaks, buzzes and other noises coming from your walls and attic may mean there’s something living in your house that isn’t part of your family. A noise-masking device, like a white noise machine (or a fan, or a radio tuned to static). Our bedroom wall is plaster and hollow, but backs onto a solid brick warehouse wall behind it.
It's a constent sound she hears. They said they have not done any renovations or anything to … It sounds similar to a motor running is the closest I can describe. I cannot identify where the noise comes from. Though it's not always an indicator of a problem, when your electrical system produces a buzzing noise, it may be experiencing an issue of some kind. Intrepid, the sound is constant, though. ... but we cannot hear any noise from their side. The noise cannot be heard outdoors near the water pipe or gas/electric meter, even though both these units are above the wall where the noise is concentrated.