Hissing sound from pipes but no water from well water?
If you are hearing hissing and no water is evident then obviously there is a leak somewhere. Check every part of the pipe from the bottom of well pipe to the tank. If necessary, pull up the well pipe and carefully inspect every inch of it. Leaks often occur at bad connections or corroded fittings, but some pipes do crack longitudinally from cold and stress.
I would first check to ensure the pump is below the water level in the well. These pumps will pump air. If the pump (or foot valve) is below the water level, then I would check my pressure tank to make sure that it is not full of air.
Well, I don't know what can be PUSHED through a pipe but i know that sound can travel through pipes, water can travel through pipes and gases can travel through pipes. But solids don't have a chance! How do you think we get our water in our homes? It travels through pipes of course! I hoped this helped a little. Thank You!
Much of the time it is because of well water and the "hard" qualities of well water such as rust / lime etc... Sometimes turning on the hot water first and letting it run through pipes then turning it off and turning the cold water on helps. If that doesn't work, you may need to clean or replace the pipes, depending on how old they are.
I have worked on wells for years and never found any well frozen ( I live in Canada and it does get very cold here). You are possibly referring to well water that has been pumped to the surface and is in pipes or a tank. We keep all well pipes under ground at least 18 inches and insulate the pipes when they come above ground level. This is essential in any area that drops…
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Yes, sugar gliders make sounds. They make a sort of a chattering noise when they are happy, a loud crabbing sound when they are scared or annoyed, a barking sound either to communicate with other gliders, or to call out to their owners with. They also make a hissing sound from time to time. There are a few other sounds that they make as well.
Water is mostly carried by pipes in the ground. In an earthquake the ground gets all shook up, which often cause the pipes to come apart. With broken pipes, the water can't make it to the tap. For people who have their own well, many need an electric pump to get to the water. If the quake has shook down power lines, then no water that way either.
Burst water pipes and water heaters busting are covered for the damage caused inside the house if its sudden and accidental, but the pipe or water heater themselves are not covered as this is maintenance. This is generally not a problem as the damage is more severe than the piece of pipe. Outdoors is going to be more of a problem as the damage is nothing anyway. More information is needed to give you a…