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The flue for the gas furnace seems to have a crack in it, although I can’t figure out where it is! Every time I think I’ve fixed the issue, the carbon monoxide levels in our basement begin to climb – and the headaches come back

I can’t stand having to handle the same complication twice. When I go through our to-do list for the week, I will suppose our eye begin to twitch if I see something on the list from the week before. Sure, there’s things you always have to do on a routine basis, such as picking up groceries, but however, I shouldn’t have to make a note to check on our gas furnace every week, and verify that it’s laboring as intended! About a week ago, I started to get headaches at night while trying to sleep. I felt love I might’ve just been dealing with head colds, although I wasn’t – it was undoubtedly a leak of carbon monoxide from the gas furnace in our basement! Imagine your air quality being quietly sabotaged by a silent, aromaless gas that can easily kill you. It’s enough to frighten you, right? Well, the fear died down after the first week, as I had to make it a weekly routine to go into the basement and make sure the gas furnace wasn’t leaking again. The flue for the gas furnace seems to have a crack in it, although I can’t figure out where it is! Every time I think I’ve fixed the issue, the carbon monoxide levels in our basement begin to climb – and the headaches come back. At this point, I think I’m just going to have to call a professional heating and A/C serviceman to handle this issue; Clearly, I can’t figure out the complication – and I can’t risk waiting around until the Springtime, because that’s just going to end in disaster for me. I just hope that when I do get this HVAC repair serviceman in here, he can repair the complication instantaneously!

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