Cost of Heating Worksheet

Calculate the cost to heat your home per month with the six different fuel types listed below.
Enter in your local cost of fuel: Multiply by: Your cost per 1 Million BTU's:
 
Electricity per KWH X 293 = $0.00  
No. 2 Oil per Gallon X 9.61 = $0.00  
Propane per Gallon X 13.32 = $0.00  
Natural Gas per Therm X 12.5 = $0.00  
Pellets per Ton X .089 = $0.00  
Cord Wood per Cord X .073 = $0.00  
 
Determine the amount of BTU's required to heat your home per month (this can vary greatly depending on region, home insulation, heat use, etc.). What's my climate zone?
 
  Climate   Size of Home   BTUs Required per Month  
  Mild Winter Zone   1500 Sq. Ft.   1.5 Million  
  Mild Winter Zone   2500 Sq. Ft.   2.5 Million  
  Moderate Winter Zone   1500 Sq. Ft.   3 Million  
  Moderate Winter Zone   2500 Sq. Ft.   5 Million  
  Severe Winter Zone   1500 Sq. Ft.   5 Million  
  Severe Winter Zone   2500 Sq. Ft.   8 Million  
Calculate the present cost of heating and the new cost of heating if you are considering a different type of fuel by multiplying the cost per million BTU's (C) for the type of fuel used, by the amount of BTU's required per month (D). Make sure to check your present heating bill against the amount of BTU's required per month to make sure the amount is correct.
 
  X =  
  ?
(X 1 Million)
$0.00
Present Heating Source

BTU's Required per Month

Present Cost of Heating

  X =  

(X 1 Million)
$0.00
New Heating Source BTU's Required per Month New Cost of Heating
 
Subtract the new heating cost from your present heating cost to determine savings.
 
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$0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Present Cost of Heating New Cost of Heating Savings





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