Gas furnaces are devices that use natural gas or propane to heat air and distribute it throughout a building. They are one of the most common types of heating systems in homes and commercial spaces. Gas furnaces have several advantages over other heating options, such as lower operating costs, higher efficiency, and lower environmental impact. However, gas furnaces also require regular maintenance and inspection to ensure safe and optimal performance. Some of the common problems that can affect gas furnaces include faulty igniters, dirty filters, cracked heat exchangers, and carbon monoxide leaks. If you notice any signs of malfunction or damage, you should contact a qualified technician as soon as possible.

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