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Gas Vs. Oil-Fired Furnaces in North Dakota

When the time comes for furnace replacement, consider gas versus oil-fired in terms of furnace parts, repair costs, and more. A contractor who specializes in old house restoration, advises customers to take the time to research both types of furnaces in order to learn more about their options.

Furnace Repair in North Dakota

Living in a cold North Dakota climate means you need to rely heavily on your furnace. Units fired by natural gas can be the cheapest to run, and energy rebates add another incentive. Propane prices go up with the price of oil, but natural gas prices don't fluctuate.

Still, the contractor recommends oil furnaces to his customers. Furnace parts for oil furnaces are less expensive. "I can carry what I need to fix your problem in an hour or so," he says.

In comparison, furnace repair parts for a gas furnace can be very expensive, and ordering them can take extra time. "I can think of nothing worse than to tell a freezing customer that I can't get them heat until the next day or even next week and that it will cost them a fortune," he says.

Furnace Replacement Costs

It's important to know the pros and cons of different furnace types in North Dakota. While a gas furnace can be more reliable and cheaper on a month-to-month basis than oil, repairs can take a chunk out of your wallet. Contact furnace repair professionals in your area to learn what they recommend.

 

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Most air conditioning problems are a result of flawed installation, poor service, and insufficient maintenance. However, there are several ways to check for and resolve problems associated with your central air conditioning. Common problems include the compressor failing to turn on, the air not coming out cool enough, low airflow, and water leaks.

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