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The weekly (1/23/12) average national cost of Residential Heating Oil was $3.938 per gallon. To fill a 175 gallon tank the fill up cost would be $594.65 or an annual cost of approximately $2,378.60 (4 fills per year).
The weekly (1/23/12) average national cost of Residential Propane was $2.863 per gallon. To fill a 250 gallon tank the fill up cost would be 715.75 or an annual cost of approximately $2863.00 (4 fills per year).
If your propane or oil furnace is older than 10 years, you’re operating at 60%-80% efficiency and you’re paying even more money right out of your pocket to heat your home!
Other Annual Fuel Costs
If you could reduce that annual cost by 60% and still keep your home and family warm and comfortable . . . Wouldn’t you be interested?
Compare to Wood Pellets or Corn or other alternative renewable fuels (as of 12/20/11):
Switching to alternative fuel is the best known way to save money and experience a substantial return on your investment!
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* data provided by US Weekly Heating; eia.gov and Alternative-Heating-Info
The average for Residential Heating Oil was $3.938 per gallon!? Thats crazy. I just filledmy tank and payed $3.629 per gallon. Check out http://www.smartclickenergy.com, they might be able to help.