The most common sources of fuel used to heat your home are electricity and natural gas. Gas is a practical and popular choice of home heating, but what happens if your home already has an electric heater? Find out if switching from electric heat to gas is worth the time and investment.
The first step is to find out if switching to gas heat is possible for your home. The conversion is easier for some homeowners than it is for others. What kind of electric heat are you currently using? If you have baseboard heaters to keep your home cozy, you may need ductwork installed, which can be very expensive, or even impossible depending on your home. If you’re already using an electric furnace or heat pump, ductwork is already in place, which would cut back considerably on the time and expense of Aire Serv of The Willamette installing gas furnace.