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Question DetailsAsked on 11/19/2013

Has anyone switched over from electric to gas in their house for hot water, furnace, and stove in Navarre?

I would like to switch over to gas for hot water, stove, and furnace. I heard the power and gas companies are rather competitive, I also heard the gas company might even be willing to pay for some or all the appliances if you sign a contracted agreement to use gas for a certain period of time. Anyone come across this situation, or the cost of installation of gas from electric?

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Check the other commentaries on switching fuel sources in the Home > HVAC link - under your question, or if not there then in the Browse Projects area.

You need to do an assessment (taking into effect any utility or state or federal energy conservation credits) ofthe breakeven costs using the actual utility rates, and taking into consideration the trends in various energy costs.

The GreenStar program and the EPA and state energy conservation programs commonly have a lot of good info on the subject, as does the Cooperative Extension Service sponsored by your state university system.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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