Question about Heating & Cooling
I noticed this year when I turned on our heater that there was a natural gas smell coming through the vents. Alarmed I asked my husband to check it out. He seems to think that it is just not "burning off" that it is just the smell, not really the gas itself. i would really like to know!!
I would strongly suggest a carbon monoxide detector first. Also your gas provider should do a free leak check. This is nothing to play with.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
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