Natural gas is an affordable, clean, convenient, domestic, and versatile fuel source...
Who hasn’t scrambled to order oil before a big snow storm? Or sat at home waiting for a delivery and then had to shovel a path so it can be made? The continuous supply of natural gas to your home eliminates many of the hassles associated with other fuels.
10 REASONS TO CONVERT
|IT'S AFFORDABLE||Natural gas companies’ rates are regulated and approved by state agencies, making them more stable and consistent. And, you pay for only what you use.|
|IT’S CLEAN||Natural gas is clean and efficient - say goodbye to sooty build-up, and use less fuel with up to 96% efficient equipment.|
|IT’S CONVENIENT||Natural gas is always there. No more deliveries. No more shoveling a path for delivery. No more worrying about running out.|
|IT’S LESS MAINTENANCE||Because natural gas burns cleaner than oil, maintenance costs for heating equipment and appliances are reduced.|
|IT'S A GOOD INVESTMENT||The availability of natural gas often results in higher resale value of homes.|
|IT'S ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY||You’ll reduce your carbon footprint due to fewer harmful emissions than oil.|
|IT'S DOMESTIC||Natural gas supports the American economy since most of it used here is produced here.|
|IT'S VERSATILE||Natural gas is ideal for space and water heating, cooking, grilling, clothes drying, and so much more!|
|IT'S SPACE SAVING||With natural gas there’s no fuel storage tank -freeing up that space for other uses.|
|IT'S RELIABLE||In the event of a power outage, rely on natural gas to fuel a back-up generator.|
Know the Facts
Not sure how natural gas stacks up to other fuels? This fact sheet outlines why natural gas is the right option for your home.
- With oil price fluctuations recently, how much will I really save when converting to natural gas?
- Shouldn’t I consider equipment efficiency and not just price over the longer term?
- How would storms such as Sandy that cut electricity to millions in the Northeast affect me as a natural gas customer?
- What else should I know about converting to natural gas?
- What about the weather and the “weather normalization fee”?