There is a common myth about furnaces & carbon monoxide leaks. And that myth is that a furnace with a cracked heat exchanger will leak carbon monoxide into your home and potentially kill everyone inside the home.
Can it happen? Yes. Will it happen? Not likely.
Today we will cover some basic furnace troubleshooting. Now, all furnaces are not created equally. There’s quite a difference between a newer, modern furnace that utilizes electronic ignition and a furnace that is 30 years old and uses a standing pilot light. When it comes to furnace troubleshooting, not all answers will apply to all furnaces. So we’ll just cover some of the more common issues related to older furnaces and cover newer furnaces in a later blog.
Once you decide which professional company will provide air conditioning services for your home, you should make sure the contractor properly insulated air ducts. In every home, the duct system that runs through the walls, ceilings and floors to make sure air is distributed to every room is key for getting the best use of energy. Here are two possible effects when this important home system is not installed the right way.