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Re: hallelujah/cold


In a message dated 2/21/06 2:25:20 PM, red4@omni-tech.net writes:


> Just a suggestion, but you might want to consider a air-to-air
> heat pump, with your gas furnace as a backup/emergency heat source.  I
think
> over the long haul you'll see that electricity is cheaper to heat and cool
> with than gas
>

Rich, we keep records from yr to yr and electric is cheaper currently but not
true in the past.   We will certainly investiagate our options and that is
one of the reasons we are chosing to replace before we need to.   Thanks for
the
thought.
     Ceres

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