Natural gas is an abundant and energy efficient fuel source that is used your home on a daily basis. Whether it’s your stove, fireplace or furnace, natural gas is a good choice when your goal is to cut costs and save energy.
Since space heating is the largest energy expense in the average U.S. home and it’s Star Wars season, we thought it would be apropos to have an energy war between the different types of heating systems available to you. Let’s start with the most common heating method and fuel: natural gas furnace.
Keep from going stir crazy in the winter by heating your garage so you can work out there year-round. We'll show you two ways to keep your garage warm using natural gas heaters: a forced-air heater that works like a furnace and an infrared tube heater. Follow this advice to safely install your unit.
In order to heat the air to a higher temperature in your home, natural gas furnace uses less energy that lets you save money. Gas heaters are known today as safer due to the advancements in technology such as pilot-less ignition systems and zone heating.
Located in a suburban neighborhood less than a quarter of a mile from Old Town High School and walking distance to shopping this 4 bed 1 bath home has had many updates such as wiring natural gas furnace kitchen appliances bathroom etc. Needs some finishing but is well-built with a full basement and sizable back yard. This home still contains original Cyprus woodwork and quarter sawn wood flooring.
Energy Wars: Which Heating System is Best? 1. Natural Gas Furnace 2. Boilers 3. Electric Space Heaters 4. Wood Burning Stoves & Fireplaces 5. Heat Pumps and Ductless Mini-Splits Learn who wins the energy war so you can select the right heating system and fuel. #StarWars #EnergyWars #Heating
333 Crooked River Private green space lot close to town and school. Three bdrm bungalow. Natural gas fireplace in living room formal dining area. Updated kitchen (2006) updated main bath (2012). Down with large family room with natural gas heater lots of storage workshop area laundry and cold room plus 3 pc bath. Updated roof (2008) 35 yr shingles. New windows hardi boy siding eaves and carport posts (2012). Inspected and approved electrical (2016) HWT and furnace (2001).