With the extreme Cold Winter Weather in the Midwest and East Coast, physician the price of natural Gas has risen at a pace not seen in the last 5-6 years. It has risen almost 55-60% since the end of 2013.
Even with the supply of natural gas plentiful at the beginning of the heating season, sovaldi the cold winter weather has depleted this supply and has caused the price to rise drastically.
LP or propane has risen at the same rate and has caused shortages in the Midwest because of the demand and has forced suppliers to put their customers on allocation.
Because of the steep price rise on both Natural Gas & LP customers have really taken a hit on their utility bills.
Now is the time to consider replacing your furnace with a 95% Efficient Furnace to help save you money on your operating cost.