Roof Noise

Roof noise refers to excessive intermittent sound emanating from the area of a roof surface or ceiling cavity.

Sound is usually created by movement and is carried by vibratory movement of the air. The movement that generates sound can be triggered by three main factors:

  • Wind.
  • Precipitation (rain, hail, or snow).
  • Temperature (thermal).

Each of these can be broken down into sub-groups.

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