I’ve constantly thought of myself as being pretty intuitive when it comes to stuff that needs repairs… When my car’s engine seems to be running just a little hotter than usual, I guess that something is deviating from the norm! Just as well, I can constantly seem to think when an appliance at home will need to be fixed; Most recently, I remember getting my gas furnace repaired in the nick of time, as there was a serious component failure that could have resulted in carbon monoxide leaking into the house! My gas furnace is a conventional gas-fueled heating system, which runs well enough; However, it’s also legitimately seasoned – at least fifteen years old, now – so it’s prone to the occasional breakdown, however then 1 night, as I was getting ready to go to bed, I heard the sound of the gas furnace kicking on; For just a brief hour, I thought I could smell something on fire – then the smell went away. Without hesitation, I trusted my gut and called my official heating, ventilation and air conditioner repair serviceman to investigate. When the serviceman arrived multiple afternoons later, she evaluated the gas furnace and found that the flu had multiple punctures, which could particularly allow dangerous combustion byproducts – carbon monoxide, especially – to leak into the house; I’m cheerful I was able to go with my instincts and get the gas furnace repaired before it started acting up! Otherwise, I’d dislike to imagine what could’ve happened if the flue for the gas furnace had not been repaired.