A smoking furnace is never a good sign. In fact, unless you’re out by the firepit or camping with the family, smoke should never be something that you take lightly. As the saying goes, “where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” and your furnace should never be on-fire to the point where it smokes.
Today, we want to talk about two things. The first will be why a furnace might start expelling smoke. We’ll discuss the whole combustion process and how a furnace in good condition deals with the byproducts of the process. This should show you just how dangerous of a situation a smoking furnace can be.
Secondly, we’ll be talking about what you should do if your furnace is starting to expel smoke into your home. Here’s a hint: you’re going to want to call our team for expert furnace repair in Plano, TX!