|Posted by Chuck on June 29, 2001 at 22:15:36:|
|In response to Re: Rough estimate of cost for replacing an oil furnace in an old house?|
If it's an old stoker covered in asbestos then it might be costly. Call your local oil companies, they do this work all the time.
: I am in the process of buying an antique house which I just discovered has a very antique furnace (was for coal originally and was long ago converted to oil). The inspector thought I might get a few years out of it, but it is extremely inefficient.
: Since I live in New England, this is a concern.
: Can anyone give me a ROUGH feel for what it would cost to replace the system? Is it $1000, $5000, $10,000 -- more? The house is 2400 square feet, two stories, has tankless hot water now.
: Any rough ideas -- soon -- would be much appreciated! Thanks! (Love your site. Definitely a great resource -- glad I found it!)
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