I used to be one of the many homeowners who ask, “How much money will a new heating system really save me?” I bought my home in 2004. Over the next four years, it was suggested to me on numerous occasions to replace my old heating system. I worried about the cost of a brand new system, and if I could really afford it. I wondered if it was something I truly needed. Like my car, I always thought I would let it go until it couldn’t go any further. Finally, when my (approx.) 1,000 square foot home used over 800 gallons of oil in one heating season, I decided it was time. Not to mention, there was a new baby in the house and I didn’t want to take the chance of the heating system breaking down in the middle of the night – again! The American made System 2000 by Energy Kinetics came highly recommended, so I bought it. Honestly, I did not expect to notice too much of a difference. I just didn’t want to call for service every couple of months anymore. If I saved any money at all, I would have been happy. Boy, was I in for a surprise! The next heating season, my oil consumption was reduced to 545 gallons, which equated to around $950! Why did I wait so long? I was amazed, and let Energy Kinetics know how pleased I was. In 2010, they used my home in a case study. Click on the image below to view the findings.
When is it time to think about purchasing a new heating system?
Your heating system is over 20 years old.
You are using more fuel to heat your home.
You are spending more on annual maintenance.
What are the next steps?
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