Supported by the Performance Edge® thermostat and a multi-speed blower motor, this furnace will run in low stage up to 90% of the time.
People have been relying on oil-fired furnaces, boilers and water heaters for many years. However, a growing number of homeowners are choosing to replace oil-burning equipment with new heating equipment that burns natural gas.
There are several benefits to converting your oil furnace, boiler or water heater into a gas-fueled system. P&L Johnson Mechanical, Inc can help you make this switch so you can start saving on energy costs today!
If you live in Astoria, Seaside, Warrenton, Forest Grove, Saint Helens or any area nearby, call us today to schedule a free estimate!
What’s motivating this switch? The main factors driving oil-to-gas conversion are explained below.
Making the switch from oil to gas can cost anywhere from $4500 to over $10,000. There are several reasons for this wide price range. First of all, the cost of bringing a gas line to the house can vary greatly depending on where you live and where the nearest existing line is located. Secondly, it may be necessary to remove the oil tank that is no longer needed. A third factor determining conversion cost is the equipment replacement option you choose. Sometimes it’s possible to simply replace the burner assembly in a furnace or boiler. In other cases, you’ll have to remove the entire furnace or boiler and replace it with a new gas-burning appliance.
As your local heating and cooling professionals, P&L Johnson Mechanical, Inc will inspect your heating system and provide free estimates for any oil-to-gas conversion. Call us or visit our free estimate page to schedule an appointment today!