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What's the difference between a furnace and a boiler?

Post created: 2015-05-31 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 434

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On 2015-06-02 Gary wrote:

The main difference between a furnace and a boiler is how they operate. A furnace heats air, which is then pushed through duct work by a blower motor to heat the house. A boiler heats water and then uses a pump to distribute it through a network of pipes to heat the home through radiators, baseboard, or radiant flooring.

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