Hi all I am in Ontario, My oil furnace quit working, had water in the oil. Had 2 companies look at it and both say tank will be a problem soon, rust from inside out and furnace is about done. Both recommended a new furnace but not oil said to get an LP furnace and get away from oil. Claim LP is cheaper, less maintance on furnace, don't have to rent the tanks, one company will give them to you to use as long as your buying the propane from them ( Levac ). Also said insurance companies are getting tough on oil systems. My house is about 100 years old so a bit drafty, 15 year old 20 X 15 addition added to it, story and a half house about 2000 sq. ft. A new fiberglass oil tank installed is $2,200.00, new Coleman 2 stage furnace installed and old oil tank about 1/4 full and old furnace removed $3,500.00. Waiting to hear back from a second dealer with a price. I also have a wood pellet stove, not working at the moment, might need to get a repairman in for that, I haven't had any luck getting blowers to work. Mainly use pellet stove except for really cold weather and when I need a little extra heat furnace comes on. Also the insurance company wants me to have a main souce of heat, won't take a pellet stove as a main source. Anyways I was wondering if the information they were giving me was accurate or not. The cost of electricty here is high so thats out, can't get natural gas out here in the country. LP Almost seems like my only option. I soon need to decide, getting cold out there. Thanks for any info.