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possible gas conversion and selling equipment
I need help calculating the payback costs if it makes sense to convert to natural gas.
My current equipment is about 5 years old; 3 stage 85% efficiency rating, Riello burner, well insulated indirect and outdoor reset. Over the past 5 years my average annual oil consumption average has been 330 gallons per year. This coming winter I expect to use less fuel after I insulate some key areas of my home.
I know there is more energy from oil compared to an equivalent amount of gas and since I use relative small amounts of fuel, converting to gas may not make financial sense
Depending on the payback, perhaps just a gas burner makes sense with my current boiler.
any suggestions on who might be interested in purchasing a 4 year old burner and possibly boiler, well maintained annually? I do not want to invest too much time and effort and trying to sell either. THANKS!