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Question DetailsAsked on 11/14/2020

Why might my 2 month old gas water heater be causing walls to vibrate, especially at night?

I live in a sturdily built tri-level house. I especially notice the vibration at night when my bed vibrates and wakes me up. The master bedroom is on the top level and way above the water heater in the basement. I can even feel the walls and window panes vibrating. There is no sound to the vibration. The vibration is getting worse so I notice it in the kitchen during the day. The kitchen and master bath have capped off water pipes, due to construction that I stopped due to the pandemic. There are an additional 2 bathrooms and a laundry room. When touching the water heater, I can feel it vibrating. I unplugged a number of devices and turned off the furnace air to finally determine this vibration is caused by the water heater.

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