Why Is My Gas Furnace Leaking Water?

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Gas furnaces typically produce moisture through the natural heating of air. However, this is typically expelled in the exhaust or other evaporation methods. If your furnace is leaking water in the form of an unusual amount of water in other areas, you should have it checked out by an HVAC professional.
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