Consider a Wood Pellet Conversion!

snow-houseWe know, we know. You’ve got a heater in place. Why mess with a good thing? Well, let us ask you this—are you sure that you’ve really got as good of a thing going as you think you do? Because if you’re using, say, oil to fuel your furnace or your boiler, then there is a pretty strong argument to be made that using wood pellets in New Hampshire could give you a better thing.

We’re not here to knock the use of oil in heating one’s home, of course. We install a lot of oil-burning systems, and we deliver a lot of home heating oil. Ultimately, you may decide that sticking with oil is the right move for your home and your home heating needs. In order to make an informed decision, though, you need some information. And that is the point of today’s post. So read on, and be sure to reach out to our team with any questions that you may have.

I Don’t Really Want to Rip Out My Whole Heating System

Well, the good news is that you don’t have to. When we talk about a wood pellet conversion, we’re not talking about gutting the home of your entire heating system. We’re essentially talking about a fuel conversion. If you use to fuel your furnace or boiler, for instance, then you have an oil tank and an oil burner, right? Well, that’s what we’re going to be replacing. The oil burner is going to be replaced with a wood pellet burner in order to ensure that your heating system at large has access to the fuel combustion necessary for creating heat to distribute throughout the house.

This isn’t to say that it’s a small or very simple job, of course. You definitely need to leave a wood pellet conversion to skilled, experienced professionals only. There is no chance of a novice or nonprofessional doing this job right or, for that matter, doing this job safely.

But Why Bother At All?

Heating oil is a very reliable heat source, and it burns effectively. However, no heating fuel is perfect. With heating oil, you’re not dealing with the most clean-burning of fuels. You’re also not dealing with the most stable fuel in terms of pricing. There is the aspect of foreign oil supply and demand to consider. The market can be volatile at times, and that can cause homeowners to feel it in their wallets.

Wood pellets are more environmentally-friendly than oil, and they are also a largely domestic product. That means that you’re looking at pretty stable pricing overall. And if you’re thinking that you don’t want to bother with this because you probably won’t be in your current home for years and years to come—just hang onto the old burner! We can swap it out when moving time comes and reinstall your pellet burner at your next residence! Save money, source fuel locally, and reduce your carbon footprint with incredible convenience.

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