Types of heat
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#1 Mar 20, 2013
Looking for a new heat system. I have oil right now thinking about a heat pump. I have almost 3 grand in cost this year. May I ask for suggesting s.
#2 Mar 20, 2013
Do you live in an area where natural gas is available? That's what I had in my previous home and it was sooo warm. My bills each winter were very reasonable.
#3 Mar 21, 2013
I live in cedar bluff.
#4 Mar 21, 2013
You should check with some of your neighbors to see if any of them are hooked up to natural gas. If there's no gas line in your area, then a heat pump may be cheaper than buying oil in the long run, but it really depends on what kind of home you live in, the size of your home, and how well it's insulated.
In my home that I sold two years ago, my gas bill each month during the winter was approx.$100 and I kept my thermostat on 74 all winter. I now live in a house (about same size as the other--1800 sq. ft.) with a heat pump and my biggest bill thus far has been $230 and I keep the thermostat on 69. The house is well insulated with good windows, etc.
#5 Mar 21, 2013
Thanks I think my house is about 2500 square ft. It is insulated pretty well. Also has good windows thanks again ill look into that gas
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