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Old 02-10-2006, 08:38 PM
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What are y'alls heating oil prices?

Kerosene is up to $3 a gallon in Tennessee, and that is a 150% raise from last year....

WHAT THE HECK BE GOIN' ON????
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Dunno about heating oil, but road-tax #2 diesel is $2.69 down the street. I could pay off a vegetable oil conversion kit in about 6 months...
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No oil heat here son, just good ole natty gas. Its gone up about $40 per billing cycle here
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Man how I wish I had a wood burnig stove. Just an old "Franklin Stove" off in a corner would do nicely.

I've got more wood than I know what to do with, but nothing to use it indoors in.

And wood is pretty much free around here...
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My dad has a pretty cheap heatng bill. He has electric base board heaters and a fire place. When its just him and his wife, he can close all the rooms off and turn there heaters off and only worry about the rooms in use. . .and the fireplace takes care of the living/dining room.

How hard is it to build a fire place? Built on an exterior wall?
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heating oil prices are $2.29 per gal. here in Manassas,Va. As of 2-16-06 delv. to my home
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