(OH 17-5 COUNT)
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1.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

$17.50

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(OH 17-5 COUNT)

(1 customer review)
1.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating

$17.50

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(OH 17-5 COUNT)

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1 review for (OH 17-5 COUNT)

  1. Debora
    1 out of 5

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    I assume you have nruatal gas available in your location; if not you are out of luck.If nruatal gas is available, it is going to be a lot less costly on a heat content ($ per BTU or Kcal).I suspect the furnace is one that was installed initially. It in and of itself is aged and inefficient and it is likely prudent economically to upgrade it anyway.Do not try to convert the furnace from oil to nruatal gas; replace the furnace. It is not clear whether you have an oil fired boiler and use hot water to heat or whether this is a forced air oil furnace. Either way you can convert to nruatal gas.I do not understand how oil heat has more pipes in the wall. Oil is delivered from truck to the tank and pumped from tank to furnace where it is burned. Natural gas has a fixed pipeline to the house that transfers the fuel to the furnace where it is burned. Natural gas does not use a tank for storage and does not need it. In fact, should you convert the oil tank is unneeded and often removed. Removal is a major task in some cases and because it is such a task, the tank is sometimes cut up and hauled away in pieces.

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