When your gas furnace operates, you might sometimes notice water leaking from the bottom. You may even find that water has penetrated the air filter and leaves it soggy. But, what causes water to leak from a gas furnace, and is it something that you should be concerned about?
You have a few reasons why there is water generating, and because most furnaces today have been upgraded to energy-efficient models, the cause is likely the condenser. High-efficiency heaters, which are those with an Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) of more than 90 percent, use cooling exhaust systems. As a result of the cooled exhaust, they will create condensation.
While this is a common cause, it is not the only reason a gas furnace may experience water leaks. Therefore, you should contact your local pros from Comfort Solutions HVAC for a diagnosis.
If you notice water pooling underneath your furnace or you have water leaks coming from somewhere in the HVAC system, it is imperative you call in a professional. Leaks can lead to massive problems, including damaging your HVAC components, the floors, and walls. Let the team at Comfort Solutions HVAC figure out what is causing the leak and get things back on track.
Call us at 610-438-9300 or request an estimate for furnace repairs in Easton, PA.
Comfort Solutions HVAC
2250 Corriere Rd
Easton, PA 18045
PA Home Improvement Contractor LIC# PA001199
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