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I’ve been thinking about converting our home’s heating system from oil to natural gas.

The oil furnace is nearly fifteen years outdated & nearing the end of its lifespan, and while it would be less costly to simply install another oil heater, I’d adore to make the switch to natural gas; I could save thoUnited Statesnds of dollars over the life of the current system by significantly reducing fuel United Statesge.

I’ve already had a licensed Heating & A/C corporation come to the home to evaluate the heating equipment, he gave a detailed outline of steps needed to make the conversion & the projected cost, and because there is already an accessible gas line & meter on the property, the project should be fairly simple & affordable. The Heating & A/C corporation offers a wide range of natural gas furnace & boilers, & would remove the outdated unit & handle current installation. Since oil heat is about multiple times more costly than natural gas, the investment is very tempting… Plus, natural gas is produced right here in the United States. I’d no longer be forced to arrange a delivery schedule & then worry about running out of fuel in the middle of the winter. There would be no more problems of a leak from the tank. The supply of natural gas is underground, endless & not interrupted by a power failure. It also burns cleaner than oil. There are a lot more options for natural oil furnaces available. The new oil furnaces achieve 98% AFUE, offer Wi-Fi connectivity & maximize comfort & energy savings with adaptable speed technology. These advanced furnaces automatically adjust capacity to meet the exact demands of the home. The unit can run at speeds someplace between 40 & 100%. By running at lower speeds for longer cycles, the system avoids temperature fluctuation.

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