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The Natural Gas Conversion Process

How much does it cost to convert to gas heat?

The cost of converting to natural gas depends on a variety of factors but will include at least some of the following:

  • Extending gas line from the street to your home (if needed)

  • Installing gas lines within your home (if needed)

  • Service connection upgrade (if needed)

  • Permit requirements

  • Your new natural gas furnace. Average cost: between $6,000 and $12,000

  • Other natural gas appliances, like a water heater, stove, clothes dryer, or pool heater (if needed)


How do I start the conversion process?

First, Contact us to assess your home and determine what options are available. Whether you already have gas service (for stoves, water heaters, or dryers) or you're 100% oil for heat and electric for everything else, schedule us to come take a look.

We will walk you through the conversion process and provide you the information you need to decide whether to switch from oil to gas, including:

  • Potential costs

  • Available rebates from the state

  • The estimated time needed to complete the project

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