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Propane to Natural Gas Conversions by Raleigh Heating & Air

If you have a furnace powered by propane, call Raleigh Heating & Air if you are considering converting it over to natural gas. There are a number of reasons that natural gas is an excellent heating source for your home. However, before you can begin the conversion process there is a lot of information to consider. Raleigh Heating & Air encourages education about any project you are considering for your heating or cooling system. Here is some information regarding the propane to natural gas conversion process.

Benefits of Natural Gas vs. Propane

To begin with, natural gas is certainly the more versatile of the two fuel sources. Natural gas can be used to power your furnace, stove, grill, water heater, and other household appliances. There is a convenience factor to take into account as well. Because natural gas is piped into your home from a supply system, you don’t have to worry about frequently refilling a tank. Natural gas also burns cleanly, and it also increases your furnace’s efficiency level. Plus, natural gas tends to be a more affordable option.

More Factors to Consider

Before you consider converting to natural gas in your home, make sure that there is a supplier in your area and hookups in your home. If your house is not natural gas–ready you will need to connect your home to a gas main line. You will have to replace your burner, and depending on the age and condition of your equipment, a conversion to natural gas may simply not be possible without replacement service.

Professional Advice from the Raleigh Heating & Air Fuel Efficiency Experts

The best way to be sure that converting from propane to natural gas is right for your home is to contact a professional. Raleigh Heating & Air is the company to call with any questions you have about the propane to natural gas conversion process. Our qualified technicians will examine your system and equipment and fill you in on exactly what will need to happen for your home to be converted to natural gas. If you’re interested in learning more about the process, contact the fuel experts at Raleigh Heating & Air today. We service Raleigh, Wake Forest, Cary, greater Wake County and the surrounding areas.