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Conway Heating Oil FAQs

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Heating oil costs $154.78 per month in Conway, NH (averaged over 12 months), totalling $2,012.16 per year. On a cost per delivery basis, this equates to 4 deliveries of $503.04 per delivery.

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Home heating oil is $3.94 per gallon right now, on average in Conway, NH. Today's oil prices in Conway, NH range from the cheapest price of $3.71 to the most expensive price of $4.10 right now per gallon for a 100-gallon heating oil delivery, depending on the oil company you use and the delivery address.

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A 1,500 square foot home in Conway, NH uses an average of 542 gallons each year.

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Today, The Conway, NH average heating oil price is $0.03/gal cheaper than the U.S. average.

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In the upcoming week, the temperature in Conway, NH is expected to drop to a low of 48.2°F. The average 1,500 square foot house will burn 10.43 gallons of heating oil.

Propane vs. Natural Gas vs. Heating Oil: Conway, NH Home Heating Fuel Comparison

Homeowners have a variety of home heating fuels to choose from. heating oil is the most popular choice in Conway, used by 690, or 42 percent of homes. The 2nd most popular choice for Conway homeowners is propane, used by 508 homes (31%). The remaining homes are heated with wood (164), other fuels (121), electricity (61), and other fuels (49).

Conway Primary Home Heating Fuel Popularity by Number of Households

FuelConway Households% of Households
Heating Oil69042%
Other Fuels1217%
Natural Gas332%
No Fuel00%

#2 Heating Oil (Fuel Oil) Use in Conway

Heating oil has become less popular in Conway. In the 12 years since 2011, the number heating oil homes fell from 977 to 690, a 29% drop.

Conway Heating Oil Households ( - )

YearHeating Oil Households

Propane vs. Natural Gas use for home heating in Conway

Between 2011 and today, the number of homes using propane as the primary space heating fuel rose from 422 to 508.

Between 2011 and today, the number of homes using natural gas as the primary space heating fuel fell from 87 to 33.

Electricity use for home heating in Conway

Electric space heating systems are becoming more popular in Conway. Since 2011, the number of homes heating with electricity rose from 39 to 61, a 56% increase.

Solar use for home heating in Conway

Solar is the most environmentally friendly of all space heating fuels. With an “active” solar heating system, liquid is circulated between solar panels on a home’s roof and a heat energy storage tank in the basement.

Currently, 16 homes in Conway are heated with active solar arrays. This is a 1600% increase from 2011, when only 0 homes had installed active solar heating.