Short term and long term price projections.
The cost of converting from heating oil to natural gas.
Which fuel is the better environmental choice.
Alternative options for saving money on energy.
"When demand spikes and gas shortages hit in the same regions, prices spike, contributing to gas' reputation for wild price swings." —-Sharon Kelly, desmogblog.com, 2/26/21
"Oil prices have been on the slide for more than two weeks now, and they will, in all likelihood continue downward." —-Irina Slav, Oilprice.com, 3/24/20
"Gas is failing in the most spectacular fashion right now." —-Michael Webber, Dallas News, 2/17/21
There are many issues to consider when converting from oil to gas, not the least of which is the cost. After all, if the intention is to save money, you have to know how much you’re spending first!
Homeowners in New Jersey can receive an upfront rebate of up to $700 when they install a new, higher efficiency heating oil system.
Unless produced through renewable processing, natural gas simply cannot adjust its carbon score downward, which makes Bioheat fuel the common-sense choice for 21st-century home comfort. Studies show that Bioheat fuel blends of 2% or more produce lower greenhouse gas emissions than natural gas when evaluated over a 20-year period.* Bioheat fuel is a blend of […]Read More