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Have You Considered an Oil to Gas Conversion?

We definitely have plenty of hot weather ahead of us over the course of the next month or so, but that doesn’t mean that you can afford to overlook the condition of your home’s heating system. Even if the heat of summer lingers a while longer, the cooler weather is just off in the distance. And even though hot daytime temperatures may persist, cooler nighttime weather is rapidly approaching.

You may not be ready to think about switching on your heater just yet, but you should give some thought to how you fuel it. Particularly, you may want to think about an oil to gas conversion. We can complete that service for you to improve your heating in Georgetown.

Why Make the Switch?

For a long time, heating oil was not only the preferred fuel to use when heating a home, but the primary option. These days, though, with natural gas so widely available, oil is falling out of favor with many homeowners. There are a few different reasons for this.

First, oil costs more than natural gas does. The heating season in this part of the country can be incredibly cold, and can last for a good long time. If you want to make it through the winter in comfort without draining your budget, switching to natural gas can help.

Natural gas is also cleaner than oil, and it burns more efficiently. It doesn’t matter if you’re trying to make a more environmentally sound choice, or you just want to get more heat for your dollar. Natural gas has an upper hand.

Plus, natural gas is convenient and versatile. When you have it piped directly to your home, you can use it not only for heating your living space, but also for cooking, heating water, and even drying your clothes. You’ll never have to worry about a delivery schedule or on-site storage.

If you are interested in learning more or scheduling service, give Polar Bear Air Conditioning & Heating Inc. a call.

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