How Much Heat Are You Getting For Your Dollar?

We have compiled a current list of what its costing our customers to heat there homes.  This list includes all fuel types and a variance of heating equipment.  The list is compiled from the most economical to the least economical.

Hi Efficient Gas Furnace

35,314 BTU x 98%

$0.25 per Cubic Meter

138,431 BTU’ per $ of natural gas

Cost of new system:  $4,800-$6,500

 

Mid Efficient Gas Furnace

35,314 BTU x 80%

$0.25 per Cubic Meter

113,005 BTU’ Per $ of natural gas

No Longer Available

 

Ground Source

Geothermal Heat Pump

3,413 BTU x 530%

$0.17 per KWH

106,405 BTU’ per $ of electricity

 

Cost of New System:   $13,000(if replacing existing ground source)-$70,000

 

Geothermal Heat Pump

3,413 BTU x 380%

0.17 per KWH

72,290 BTU per $ of electricity

Cost of New System:  $10,000(if replacing existing ground source)-$65,000

 

Air Source Heat Pump

3,413 BTU x 320%

$0.17 per KWH

64,244 BTU’ per $ of electricity

Cost of New System:  $4,300-$7200

 

Hi Efficient Propane Furnace

25,217 BTU x 98%

$0.60 per Litre

41,187 BTU’ per $ of propane

Cost of New System:  $5,000-$6,700

 

Mid Efficient Furnace Propane

25,217 BTU x 80%

$0.60 per Litre

33,622 BTU’ per $ of propane

No Longer Available

 

Hi Efficient Oil Furnace

36,668 BTU x 90%

$1.30 per Litre

25,385 BTU’ per $ of oil

Cost of New System:  $4,800-$8,800

 

Electric Furnace

3,413 BTU x 100%

$0.17 per KWH

20,076 BTU’ per $ of electricity

Cost of New System:  $2,400-$4,500

 

Standard Efficient Oil Furnace

36,668 BTU x 60%

$1.30 per Litre

16,929 BTU’ per $ of Oil

No Longer Available