The noise does sound like a "fog horn" going off several blasts at a time and the noise level is constant in every level/room. I have turned the main power off to determine whether it's electrical.
No link has been found between both although medical experts still suggest, it’s a form of tinnitus . It will just buzz first 30 seconds and then be quiet for 10 seconds and it will just keep doing this all the time. i cannot find the source of this humming. At times you may not be able to find the source of humming noise that bothers you. I have a constant humming noise in my house. It is a very low-frequency sound and I hear it in the house when it's quiet. Recently, we have been hearing a loud, low frequency "hum" throughout our house. When i lay down to go to sleep I start to notice a very low frequency humming noise, that doesn’t change noise, it seems to pulse at about 100 beats per minute, and is relatively silent but very noticeable. It is a bit of a "whine" is the best way to describe it and I think is what I would call a "modern era noise" (ie obviously from some sort of modern technology or other).
i have a low frequency humming sound constantly in my home. I sometimes wake up and can hear a humming noise that disappears as soon as I go outside. not just centered in one section of my home yet all throughout the house. It started making a rumbling noises, as though it was thundering outside, and it seems to happen in the evening. It kind of sounds like a sort of electrical equipment in the house or maybe some sort of power appliance humming away. Another medical theory suggests that the hum is caused by trembling of the tensor tympani muscle in the ear. That humming noise isn’t tinnitus (Ménière’s disease). I've recently noticed VERY low-level noise in my house and am wondering what the cause of it is in order to stop it. There is a humming sound that my house makes and I cannot figure out what it is. It's not. A. Pinpointing the source of low-frequency noise is difficult.
We bought our home in Dec. 2014, ten year old house. Hello, I hope you folks can help me. Also, very low-frequency hums may peak below the measuring range of economical sound level meters (and smartphone apps). Singletrack Magazine. ... I’m hearing a low frequency hum in my house. Conclusion. So the humming noise you perceive may be real, even if your sound level meter doesn’t show it.