Natural gas is an efficient, safe, and reliable fuel source. It costs less than heating oil, and is one of the cleanest-burning fuels available. Converting to natural gas will reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the air quality in your community. If you’ve been considering an oil to gas conversion, you may also be considering the oil to gas conversion costs.
The costs vary significantly from project to project, with two main parts to consider – the internal conversion cost, and the capital construction cost. The internal conversion cost is, essentially, all the work that’s done on your property, like piping, equipment and chimney liner costs. The capital construction cost is what the utility company will charge to provide and install gas facilities to your property line. The oil to gas conversion cost is often offset by the savings customers enjoy by converting to gas.
Luckily converting from oil to gas is easier than ever. AMHAC has streamlined our process and established a department dedicated to oil-to-gas conversion projects, creating a one-stop resource for customers.