When Can a Gas Furnace Become Dangerous to Use?

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Gas furnaces are one of the most common types of heating systems in the United States. As such, if they weren’t safe, then they wouldn’t be half so widespread in the country. However, any appliance that uses natural gas has the potential to become dangerous to use. When it comes to gas furnaces, they can… Read more »

5 Tips to Boost Your Furnace Efficiency

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Wintertime is often when our energy bills shoot through the roof. If your budget is a little bit tight, especially after the holidays, you’ll be interested in knowing how to run your furnace efficiently and cut down on your spending. The best part is that most of these tips cost nothing to implement. Use the… Read more »

Why Water is Leaking Out of Your Furnace

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Your furnace is not one of those appliances that uses water for its primary function. Water leaking out of your water heater, for example, is a problem, but not an unexpected one since it heats water as its main function. Water leaking out of your furnace, however, seems like a very big problem since it… Read more »

Why Your Furnace Keeps Tripping the Breaker

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What could be worse than your furnace turning off unexpectedly on a cold night? Your furnace tripping your circuit breaker is worse, and it’s also pretty inconvenient to have fixed. However, as your circuit breaker is meant to protect your house from dangerous electrical issues, a tripped circuit breaker is vastly preferable to the alternatives…. Read more »