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Furnace Safety: Checking for Gas Leaks
Furnace Safety: Checking for Gas Leaks

Many home furnaces are powered by natural gas. If you have a natural gas furnace, you will be able to detect a gas leak by checking for a rotten or foul odor coming from your unit. If you smell a rotten odor in your indoor air, be sure to open your windows. You can also ...

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Blog posts in November, 2014

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    The winter months are nearly on their way, and now is a terrific time to make sure that your furnace and heating system is in great shape for the ...

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