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I am replacing an old gravity furnace that is fired with oil. Not sure what the quotes will look like for an oil to gas conversion but should it be cost prohibitive, what kind of consumption would a newer oil fired furnace have? During the coldest month last year, we burned 375 gallons. This bad girl heats about 5000 sqft in NY (The insulation on the outside is glass wool, not asbestos-had it tested.)
So, just looking for a ballpark figure, what would a newer oil burning furnace burn under similar conditions.