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March 06, 2011

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Many people choose to use a heater that runs on oil over gas due to the safety hazards that natural gas may cause, even though such heaters tend to be more expensive to purchase and run than gas heaters.

I am in seattle are and paid $750 for 150 gallon. I talked to PSE people and they will run the conduit line for us, if we chaneg all major things (furnace, heater and stove top). I saw your post about proce comparison but then gas proces were in range of $2.something. What do you think now?

Look forward to your response. I am new home owener who lives in odl home and barely knwo anything aroudn this so your nsight will help

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