Gas furnaces are a major appliance now found in many homes: it plays a major role when one needs to keep the house warm in dire temperatures. Unlike wall heaters, which need a pilot ignition, furnaces work with natural gas combustion; however, most of its major components still distribute electrical power (for higher efficiency). This being said, why would a furnace trigger the circuit breaker? Here are a few reasons:

Furthermore, the furnace tripping the circuit breaker is common. Best way to make sure that all components and possible problems have been checked is by calling your local HVAC professional technician and making sure they do a full diagnostic of your unit. If you have any further questions, or would like to schedule an appointment for one of our professional service tech to come out, please feel free to give us a call to (818)962-3404 or sending us an email to

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