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Question DetailsAsked on 12/8/2011

Heating costs: natural gas vs. electric in Greensboro, nc?

I have central heating provided by natural gas furnace. I also have electric space heaters which I can use to heat the three rooms I regularly use. What is the most cost effective choice for the coming winter?

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the question is a no brainer, natural gas is the winner here. But you seem to have air balancing problem, you need to balance your syatem so there is a no more than a 2 degree difference between your hottesat room and your coldest room,Also check your windows to make sure they are not draftly if they are replace them or get a window rap to insulate those windows. that way you eliminate heat lost. also make sure your doors have space underneath to allow air to return back to your furnace, if you do not you will have no air circulating to warm up your room.

raymond gonzalez
koolray heating and air
931 444 -9778


Answered 8 years ago by Raymond Gonzalez

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