Anyone here give advice on heating system diasters?

prairiemoon2 z6 MASeptember 18, 2006


I have been posting to the heating forum but not getting as much input as I hoped for. We had a flood in the basement from a pipe connected to the furnace and the furnace is kaput now and has to be replaced. Anyone have any experience with that or with oil companies in the New England area?



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We had a gas/steam system and had the gas company replace ours when we were up there.

Usually they will give a great deal to convert to gas and I strongly recommend gas over oil

If you insist on staying with oil the company that delivers your heating oil usually does service and will give you a good deal as an existing customer.

    Bookmark   September 27, 2006 at 9:34PM
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