converting oil furnace to gas
I have a 4-yr-old Burnham oil furnace. I live in Maine and the price of heating oil is averaging $3.50/gal. My home is a 1900 Victorian, and I'm heating about 1600 sq. ft. it's costing me about $700/mo and I keep my heat at 64 degrees during the day and about 60 at night. I've insulated and have both interior and exterior storm windows. I'm interested in converting to natural gas as my neighbors have told me it is much less expensive to heat with. Can my furnace be converted by changing out the burner?