Why Switch?

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Different fuel sources come with different price tags, different volatilities, and different impacts on the environment.


Save almost $60,000 over 25 years.

It’s time to give more thought to how you heat your home. For instance, when you switch from oil to modern wood heat, you’re putting money back in your pocket. Over the next 25 years, you’ll see savings of about $60,000 if you make the change. Not only is modern wood heat cheaper than oil, but those savings ADD UP.

Increasing prices impact on your budget.

As fuel prices fluctuate, heating your home becomes more expensive over time. Which fuel is remaining cost effective for the long haul? Wood is stable and affordable.

You think those increases look scary?

While propane, oil, and gas prices are affected by global and regional forces, electricity costs vary greatly from state to state across New England. If you lived in New Hampshire this past year, you likely saw your electric bills shoot skyward.

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Prices for heating fuels can be volatile, but wood stays steady.

Prices for propane, electricity, oil, and gas can vary widely over the course of a year, depending on global events that are completely out of our control. Because wood heat is locally sourced, the price isn’t affected by global politics or events. Wood is easily the most stably priced fuel source.

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Reduce your carbon footprint by 50% when you switch from oil to wood.

Cut your carbon footprint by using modern wood heat. Carbon emissions are a leading cause of the climate crisis and every step we take to limit carbon is a step toward a healthier planet.

From reliability to saving money to consistency of costs, AND using a renewable heating source that can reduce your carbon footprint, you can FEEL GOOD about heating with wood. Find out today how to get Feel Good Heat into your home.