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Converting antique oil furnace to gas
Hi - I have a beautiful 1941 antique "Sunbeam" octopus furnace.
The price of oil is so high I would like to convert it to gas. Is this possible? I did have an HVAC person come and look at it, but never heard back from him - very unprofessional! I really do not want to remove it even though it is not as efficient as the new furnaces. There is a photo posted on my website http://www.oldhouseguy.com