Oil Heat versus Natural Gas
With market fluctuations I'm undecided on doing a oil to gas conversion on my house heater. The gas company seems to get several increases a year. It seems the PUC (public utilities commission) just allows it without debate. Anyway, in the last several years I have paid anywhere from .65 cents to as much as $1.39 for a gallon of oil. I need others opinions please. If I stay with the oil can i decrease the size of the nozzle to save on oil consumption? Does anyone know the formula for converting gph(gallons per hour) to btu's? I currently own a 3 story brick row, with no home on 1 side, and an alley breezeway on the other side. I have the 3rd floor zoned off to save on oil. Any comments/suggestions welcomed!