Cost Comparison Calculators

Input your energy usage information to help you make an informed decision.

Choosing the best heating and cooling equipment for your home can be a complicated decision. Should you opt for a ductless heat pump or go with the high efficiency furnace? Is this finally the year you splurge for central air conditioning? HVAC equipment is an investment in your home, but what investment is the best investment?Now, with the availability of cost comparison calculators, you are able to input your personal household and energy usage information to help you make an informed decision.

The calculator provided by NW Natural allows you to enter your specific lifestyle and utility information to discover the best ways to save money when deciding between oil, gas, and electric equipment.

Using this tool, which you can find by clicking here, allows you to quickly and easily:
• Compare your current heating and cooling equipment with other options
• Estimate your payback period if you purchase new HVAC equipment
• Save, print, and email your results to use at a later date

compare ac unitsDo not fret over the numerous HVAC options available. Find the one that best fits your budget and lifestyle today.

While the cost comparison tool provided above is a great resource, contact us directly to speak with an HVAC professional. We will provide additional considerations including rebate information, a detailed, custom proposal, and our professional opinion from years of working with customers just like you. We are here to answer your questions and provide you with the best HVAC service for your home.


Step by Step Guide

1- Enter your zip code.

2- Enter your home size in square feet

3- Add the year your home was built.

4- Select the amount of windows your home has.

5- Choose the amount of residents living in your house.

6- Select the amount of stories in your home.

7- Do you heat your home with oil, electricity or natural gas?

8- Select whether you use central air conditioning or not.

9- Choose the equipment you’d like to compare to your current electric heat pump

10- Get your estimated energy cost. Choose an equipment option to see more detailed information.