Looking For an Alternative
Energy for Home Heating?

If you are looking for an alternative energy to heat your home with, you are not alone. In fact, in as little as 20 years, all homeowners will be looking for an alternate energy source with which to heat their home and fuel their cars. This is because the world’s currently known oil sources are expected to run dry in as little as 30 to 40 years at the current rate of consumption.

Once this happens, the demand for alternative energies will be high making upgrading to these heat systems very expensive. This is why the time to look into alternative heating for your home is now. Doing so will keep you ahead of the energy crisis. While other people are scrambling to find alternative means to heat their home, you will be able to rest comfortably with a tried and true system that has been in place for years.

There are many types of alternative energies that can efficiently heat your entire home. Many of these will not only ensure that you have heat during an oil crisis but they will also lower your heating bill today by up to 40% depending on what type of alternative energy source you choose.

Just like our current energy sources of choice, alternative energies are natural resources that can be harnessed to keep our homes warm. The main difference with these new, alternative choices, though, is that they are renewable resources whereas oil and coal are not. As such, the price for these plentiful fuels promises to remain low and may even be free.

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Alternative Energy Choices

Listed below are some of the alternative energy choices that are available to today’s consumer. Using these energies may require that you revamp or replace your current heating system to a system that will accommodate these types of fuels or conductors.

  • Corn, rye and wheat – These fuels can be purchased by the bushel for a low price or can be grown right on your property. While you will need to install a furnace that will burn these fuels, you can garner 500,000 BTUs or more from a single bushel.

  • Solar Energy – The addition of solar panels to your home allows you to perform many of your home’s energy functions via solar power including heating your home. The most popular type of solar heating systems are hydronic systems that use heated water to keep your house cozy. Solar power is also free to harness, once your array is installed.

  • Geothermal Energy – Geothermal Energy is captured from a certain depth in the ground where the earth remains a constant 70 degrees. Tapping into Mother Nature’s heating system is also a free energy and is more reliable than solar power.

    As you can see, there are several alternative energy choices available to today’s consumer. And the growing demand for new, non traditional heating energies guarantees that there will be even more choices in the future. Alternative Heating is the heat of the future.



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