When I was a young man my brother Tyler and I lived in an seasoned estate that was heated with a gas furnace. I remember walking down in the basement with my brother Tyler and seeing him throw handfuls of coal into the hot gas furnace, however Tyler typically made me go back by the door because Tyler didn’t want me to get burned; which was fine with me. I typically thought that the gas furnace looked startling. The smoldering gas furnace was situated in a dark room and it was huge with several large square ducts twisting up from it and into the floor right above my head; it reminded me of a big lion. There was no oil blower the hot air simply rose up through the air ducts and managed to travel throughout the areas. The freezing air then fell into immense circular vents that were sited in several of the nearby rooms. It typically seemed to be warm in the home; but, my brother Tyler was typically talking about getting rid of that older lion gas furnace and replacing it with something superior for Tyler and I that was perhaps more smart and energy efficient. The day finally came when my brother Tyler called an Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist to come take a peek at our lion gas furnace and supply an estimate on a modern gas furnace installation. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist said that one of the big things would be to get rid of the asbestos. The Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist checked out the lion gas furnace and asked my brother Tyler if there were any problems with the unit.