Gas-furnace-venting-into-chimney, around atlanta, we encounter many older homes where furnaces vent combustion gases into chimneys. in theory, this is ok. furnace exhaust is hotter than the surrounding air.. All heating systems that use oil, solid fuel, or natural gas to run need some sort of ventilation. your gas furnace uses combustion to produce heat, but the process also leads to the development of some pretty unpleasant byproducts, including carbon monoxide—a dangerous, toxic gas., proper furnace / water heater venting is an extremely important issue, which depends on the performance of the house chimney / chimney flue or other exhaust assemblies. the conditions explained in this post also apply to the wood burning appliances..
Once again, the word invites you to travel into the dark realm of issues that are sometimes misunderstood by home inspectors. the word hopes you will find this trip informative and maybe a little entertaining. the word's subject this month is venting gas appliances using a chimney. the word finds ..., chimney lining necessary? mp member posts: 1. september 2004 in the main wall. hello all, i will be replacing my old gas-powered boiler which heats my 90-year-old house through hot water through radiators. my house is a "twin" which shares in inside wall with another house..