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Which is the most common heating fuel in the united states?

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In the 2015 RECS survey, 5.9 million homes in the United States reported using fuel oil or kerosene as their main heating fuel, a 20% decline from the results of the 2009 RECS survey. Note: Climate regions based on Department of Energy Building America climate regions.

Everywhere but Northeast, fewer homes choose natural gas ?

On a national basis, natural gas has long been the dominant choice for primary heating fuel in the residential sector. Lately, electricity has been gaining market share while natural gas, distillate fuel oil, kerosene, and liquefied petroleum gas (propane) have declined.

What’s the difference between types of heating fuels ? While about 5.7 million households in the United States use heating oil as their main space-heating fuel, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, types of household heating fuels vary tremendously across the country.

What Are the Different Types of Furnaces? If you don’t have access to natural gas, you may need to fuel your furnace with oil. Most commonly used in cold environments mainly in the northeastern United States, oil furnaces convert oil to heat. Keep in mind that gas furnaces are almost always more efficient than oil furnaces.

What’s The Cheapest And Most Efficient Heating System? Heating bills are inevitable, but it pays to have a heating system that brings the most warmth for your money. As we begin to explore different fuel sources and systems available, we will start with the two most common choices- electricity and gas.

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