Wood Heating Cost Calculator
This information is provided for educational purposes.
Actual heating costs may vary for a number of reasons.

Where do you live?

Choose the community closest to you

How well is your home insulated?

If you are unsure and your home was built since 1985, choose medium, if before 1985 choose lower

How large is your home?

square feet

What kind of heating system would be used?

Choose the system most similar the one you are considering

What type of fuel would you use?

How much does this fuel cost?
$ per unit.

Common prices are $150 per cord, $3.50 per gallon, $.12 per kWh or $.81 per hundred cubic foot.

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Scott Waterman, of Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, and Ginny Moore, of Flattop Technical Services, helped develop the cost calculator.