We’re starting to enjoy some warmer weather here. But as we pointed out in our last post, no matter what the groundhog says about seeing his shadow, you must always be ready for harsh winter colds to blow in at any time before the spring truly beings. March can be notorious with its shifts in temperature. It’s not time to turn off your gas furnace and prepare it for summer hibernation quite yet.
In fact, this is a part of the year when you need to pay special attention to issues that might crop up in your gas furnace after so much hard work through the winter. We’re going to look into a specific issue that many people are surprised to learn can happen in a gas furnace: leaking water.