The most common type of furnace is a gas-powered central air system, which heats air in a one area and then distributes it throughout the home via ductwork and vents.
Test your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors every 30 days to make sure they are working properly.
The energy efficiency of your furnace is dependent on its Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE), which basically tells you how much of your fuel is used for heating and how much is lost due to combustion (usually out of your vents).
If you smell gas (sometimes described as a rotten-egg smell), do not operate any electrical components. Evacuate the home and then call your utility company or fire department. Do not reenter the home until a professional has deemed it safe to do so.
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