Since oil prices are so high now, my husband thinks our heat pump (we live in the northeast)isn't such a bad deal. We now need to replace the heat pump (quoted $3,000) or switch to gas or oil. Two HVAC guys have told us heat pumps are not efficient here. If we got gas, we'd have to have a tank by our house since our street doesn't have a main line. Is this good? We'd have to have it delivered, like oil. We'll be in this house at least 7 yrs, but how do you know which is the best way to go? Also, are manufacturers all that different? What's the scoop on Trane and Rheem? Thanks for any help!
Oil Furnace to Gas Furnace
Should I replace my heater?
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