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Does furnace use water

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Does furnace use water

No, a furnace does not use water. A furnace is a heating system that works by heating air and circulating it through ducts in a building. The process involves burning fuel, such as gas or oil, to produce heat transferred to the air. The hot air is then distributed through vents and ducts to warm the rooms in the building.
 
While some heating systems, such as boilers, use water to distribute heat, furnaces do not. However, some furnaces may have a humidifier attached to them that adds moisture to the air, but this does not involve water use in the heating process.
 
It is important to note that different furnaces may have varying levels of efficiency and environmental impact. It is always advisable to consult with a professional HVAC technician to determine the best heating system for your needs.