Smoke is never something you want to see inside your home. It’s a major disruption, and in pretty much all cases signals trouble. This is certainly the case when it comes to furnaces, where smoke can be a telltale indicator of a problem that needs to be addressed. In most cases, this will have to do with a functional issue, like a broken-down component or overheated system. In this article, we’ll review some of the most common reasons furnaces emit smoke.
Just remember that your home’s safety and comfort should be the highest priorities. Take some time to investigate the air quality and scent of your air and make sure you call a professional when you encounter a smoking furnace. Our team has what it takes to alleviate the problem and keep you safe.