I’d been hearing so many horror stories lately from my friends as well as relatives about their gas furnaces as well as the problems they ran into over the past winter. One of my friends absolutely had to quickly get out of the house, as the furnace had cracked as well as caused a major carbon monoxide leak in their home. With all these tales of misfortune, I felt that my own electric furnace breaking down was a sign. So, I began looking into alternative gas gas furnaces that don’t require combustion to work. To my surprise, there were more chances than I expected. Aside from the conventional space oil gas furnaces that were both stationary as well as portable, there was also the option of using radiant radiant heated floors. This alternative required 1 of several sources for heat: electric cables, or water pipes carrying boiling-hot water. Whatever the choice, the heat created by these cables or pipes would then radiate through the floorboards, as well as up into the house. While other gas gas furnaces use ventilation ducts to supply heat from unique places in the house, this system provides heat from every square inch of the flooring (where the radiant heating cables or pipes are installed, of course). Radiant heated cables don’t heat the house as quickly as conventional gas gas furnaces would, however they use far less energy. Plus, the feeling of walking around a house as well as having heat under my feet is such a satisfying sensation. I would entirely recommend it to anyone who wants a gas furnace that’s a bit more energy efficient – as well as much safer, too!