What is the best way to use a kerosene to offset the price of electric heating costs?

What is the best way to use a kerosene to offset the price of electric heating costs?

What is the best way to use a kerosene to offset the price of electric heating costs?

I have known many people over the years that will use a kerosene heater at night to help with heating bills. Their utility bills are low without a doubt. But with the price of kerosene the way it is and the heater only lasting 12 or so hours on something like 1.5 gallons. I don’t see the benefits. Do any of you?

We had to use a kerosene heater when our power was out during the recent ice storm here, and I have to tell you that in the six days we had to rely on it for heat, at about 5 or six hours a day only, we went thru about $125. worth of kerosene, at $38. for 5 gallons. I don’t see that as saving any money on utility bills. Pretty dang expensive.

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