According to the Oxford dictionary, the word noise can be considered countable or non-countable when it means "a sound, especially when it is loud, unpleasant or disturbing". But it doesn't provide any more insights as to when it is countable or non-countable. Although there are some example sentences, it is very difficult to figure it out from them.
So I'm not sure whether noise is in its correct form in the sentences below.
The wooden queen-size bed always produces noise when we lie down on it. We had not noticed this issue until we moved in. Despite I am very careful when I turn my body from one side to another, it is still rather noisy and my wife always complains of the annoying noises.
It's quite difficult to distinguish it from its meaning as it is the same. What is the insight?