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Oil To Gas
Conversion

For many years, oil was the leading home heating fuel. Today, about 20 percent of residents still rely on oil to keep their homes comfortable during our frigid winter months, even as advances in technology increase the efficiency of new gas furnaces being produced.

Oil To Gas Conversion Furnaces

Why convert?
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For those who want a cleaner, more affordable, and more reliable way to heat their homes, oil to gas conversion is the answer. Adding to the value of natural gas heat is the cutting-edge technology incorporated into today’s gas furnaces. These systems are state-of-the-art and save you from higher energy costs while performing much more efficiently and reliably than oil. It’s better for your wallet and the environment to make the changeover.

There are many reasons natural gas is the preferred heating fuel over oil when it comes to home furnaces. Oil doesn’t burn as completely as gas, meaning wasted fuel, and the nasty residue is left behind. Over time, this residue can build up, creating a trap for dust and debris all over your home.

Finally, because of the residue by-product of heating oil, oil furnaces must be cleaned and maintained regularly, at your expense. Cleaning promotes efficiency and reliability. Cleaning may be needed every few months during very cold weather.

Ready to schedule your
conversion estimate?