Oil to Natural Gas Conversion
Natural gas has been developed into an affordable option that allows you to save thousands of dollars on your home and cooling costs.
Natural gas is a more convenient and economical option that’s cleaner than heating oil. Currently, the cost for using natural gas is less than oil. There is little maintenance required, unlike oil heat which requires pumps, motors, filters and permits. Plus, natural gas is pumped right to your home, and doesn’t require monthly deliveries like oil heating does.
Cost of Converting to Gas
Each heating system is different, so there’s no set cost of converting from oil to gas heat. The cost is dependent upon the size of the boiler or furnace, piping requirements, boiler efficiency, and labor costs.
On average, gas equipment costs less than the gear needed for oil heat. For a basic furnace system, you can expect to pay around $1500-$3000 for gas, and $2000-$8000 for oil.
Converting your system can save you in both energy and dollars. If your home or business is in Delaware County, Chester County, Montgomery County, the Main Line or Philadelphia and its surrounding areas, give McLoughlin a call at 610-649-8080 to see how much money McLoughlin can save you.
How to Convert to Natural Gas
Making the switch to gas requires that you have access to gas mains in your neighborhood. If your street lacks access, your community may be able to convince your utility company to have them installed.
We’ve converted thousands of oil heating/cooling systems, and provide free estimates! Call today for more information.