Furnace Puff Back
If you have ever experienced a furnace puff back, then you know the mess that it can create. Puff backs occur when an oil-burning furnace doesn't ignite when it should. Oil vapors build up in the ignition chamber, causing an explosion when the igniter finally triggers. The explosion blows soot and other debris through the furnace's exhaust system into the heating system and carries it into the house. This Grand Haven homeowner experienced a puff back that left the whole interior of their home filled with smoke and soot. If you experience a furnace puff back, we are here to help!