Convert to Natural Gas
Now more than ever it’s smart to convert your home to natural gas.
Read more on natural gas and your home in the Spring 2014
edition of Natural Living. Click here to view the PDF.
Why is converting to natural gas the smart choice?
1. Save Money
3. Safe and Reliable
4. Clean and Efficient
| Want to see what it takes
to convert your home to
natural gas? Watch our
conversion video to learn more:
Convert to Natural Gas video
Save money on your heating bills with natural gas.
Results vary, but you can expect to save hundreds on water and space heating with natural gas over propane or electricity. If you convert your cooking and clothes drying appliances, you’ll save even more. To see how much you could save with Natural Gas, click our Energy Calculator and see the savings for yourself!
Converting is easy and affordable.
Typical installations take about a day and you can spread out the installation costs by having it added directly to your bill. Low monthly payments start at $20, but most likely you’ll still be paying less than you were before converting.
Natural gas is comfortable.
Natural gas provides “warmer” warm air for home heating, more hot water faster, quicker clothes drying times and more control in cooking.
It’s safe and reliable.
The safest energy delivery system in America, natural gas is a safe and reliable natural resource that 177 million Americans depend on to heat their homes, warm their water and cook their food.
Natural gas is clean.
Natural gas is one of the cleanest burning fossil fuels on the planet. Households with natural gas produce 37% lower greenhouse emissions than homes with all-electric appliances.
The U.S. is the world’s largest natural gas producer, fueling our economy and reducing our dependence on foreign energy.
Homeowners with Propane Heat:Along with saving on your heating bills, you never have to worry about filling up your tank or running out of fuel. If you recently filled your tank but still want to convert, simply have SourceGas install a gas line and switch over to natural gas when it runs out.
Homeowners with Electric Heat:
If you currently use electric for heating, you’ll get the most efficient mix by using electricity for your lights and electronics and natural gas for heating and water heating. Homeowners with baseboards or radiators who don’t want to install ductwork can still reap the benefits of natural gas simply by adding a natural gas fireplace as a supplemental heat source. Plus, save with a natural gas water heater, clothes dryer, range and grill.
To see how natural gas compares to electricity and propane in your area, click our Energy Calculator and see the savings for yourself!
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