Which Heating Systems Have the Highest Fuel Costs?

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With snow in tomorrow’s forecast it seems like this winter just won’t end. When you look at your heating bills you realize just how expensive this long winter has been. If it has you thinking about replacing your existing heating system before next winter, here are the average energy costs of the four most common heating fuels based on usage in the northeastern part U.S. Heating with oil is the most expensive, at an average of $2,560 for the winter. Propane has become a popular fuel choice but it ranks the third at $2,380. Electricity has seen some growth in popularity with an average winter heating cost of $1,315. Natural gas is the least costly, with the average cost at $1,025. Of course costs depend how warm you keep your house, how well your home is insulated, and other individual factors. But if you want a new heating system before next winter we can recommend the most energy-efficient choice for your home. Call us at 610-593-5129 for a free consultation.

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