As a household heating solution, propane is generally more costly than natural gas. Whereas propane costs on average $2,119 to heat a home during the cold season, natural gas costs an average of just $936, according to U... More »

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To convert a propane barbecue to natural gas, run a natural gas line to the barbecue and install a conversion kit on the grill. Converting to natural gas instead of propane allows the user to use the home's natural gas l... More »

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Propane and natural gas stoves have different fittings that regulate the amount of gas that feeds the burners. The jets for the propane are smaller because it has more energy and burns hotter than natural gas. Most moder... More »

Natural gas costs can be lowered by installing new gas appliances, sealing up any leaks, reducing water temperature, cleaning filters, repairing broken parts of the system and turning down the thermostat by a couple degr... More »

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When compared to other options for home heating, natural gas is the cheapest option, followed by electricity, propane and heating oil. Prices for each heating method vary by region and individual house, but this is the a... More »

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration publishes weekly prices for residential and wholesale propane on its website. It orders the data by data series or area, and the information is downloadable in a spreadsheet for... More »

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration publishes weekly residential propane prices and charts on its website. Users can view the price data by area and series. The website features archival data dating back to 1990, ... More »

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