Onze Southern Connecticut Plumbing & Heating, we are your oil to gas conversion specialists in both Fairfield and New Haven Counties in Connecticut and have the expertise to help you switch your home from oil to a more cost-effective gas heating systems.
Our Oil to Gas Conversion Includes:
- Upfront system evaluation
- Conversion design
- Product selection
- Complete job coordination
- Financing Options
- Permits and final inspection
If you are looking for ways to reduce your energy bill costs, an oil to gas conversion makes sense in the long term. In today’s market gas is far more economical than the wholesale price of oil, as a result bills are cheaper. Some of our customers have seen energy savings as high as 40% after making the switch.
In addition the improved stability of gas prices means fewer price hikes compared to oil. The current rebates available help make the conversion process more inviting for those considering a heating system upgrade.
High-efficiency Low Nox gas heaters are less harmful to the environment.
Gas systems do require annual maintenance, the cost of properly maintaining a gas-fired boiler is often much lower than oil-burning alternatives.
Ultimately all fuel-burning equipment needs to be replaced. Now is the time to make the switch, not just for the energy bill savings, but the reliability, comfort, price stability and efficiency of today’s modern boilers offer to the customer a great value and peace of mind throughout our cold northeast winters
While oil has been dominant in our area most homes in the state now have access to a natural gas supply system making conversion an option to consider.
Why convert from Oil to Gas?
There are several benefits to converting:
- Cost efficient operation
- Reduce exhaust emissions
- No fuel storage needed!
- Quieter system operation
- Lower maintenance and upkeep
- High efficiency rebates
Low-Cost Financing Available
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Questions about Oil to Gas Conversion?
We have created a helpful FAQ to answer common questions you might have.