Hi Pam- I replaced my gas furnace a few years ago. I couldn't get a 90%+ (it's in the attic) so had to go with an 80% that does not have a closed combustionbaahstun
I would email the individual furnace manufacturers and ask if they are using formaldehyde-free. That's the only way to know for sure. All furnaces off-gasfitproco
Hi again Jan,I just looked over that link you sent about the insulation. I was assuming it is formaldehyde free, because I know Johns Manville does makepamp81
People who suffer from Environmental Illness (such as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, or MCS) are often referred to as "canaries": like the canary in a coal mine, people with extreme chemical sensitivities provide a warning sign that the human body cannot tolerate indefinitely the toxic chemicals we have invented, and with which we have made much of our world unsafe for habitation - not only for us, but for many, perhaps most, other forms of life as well.
Fish kills, mutant frogs, and human cancers all sound a warning in the voice of the canary; but, it is people with Chemical Sensitivity who are made most immediately aware of just how prevalent toxic chemicals are in our modern world.
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