See how much you could potentially save on your heating costs.
Tell us about your home and current heating equipment and we’ll provide operating cost estimates for your current setup, along with estimates for natural gas options.
Answer the questions below to the best of your knowledge, then click on “Get My Estimates” to see a comparison of estimated operating costs. You can adjust your inputs on the next page and see how it changes the resulting estimates.
Step 1 of 3: Your Current Energy Source
Outside of service area
The provided zip code is not eligible for NW Natural service. To find out if NW Natural serves your location, visit here.
Why do we need a ZIP code?
Your ZIP code helps determine which energy providers service your area. The costs of heating your home can then be estimated based on the publicly reported rate of the chosen provider.
Why does the type of energy matter?
Energy sources are measured differently. Equipment and efficiency also differ between energy types. Knowing the type of energy being used is important to estimating the potential operating cost to heat your home.
Why does my energy provider matter?
Each provider charges unique rates for their service and product. We use the publicly reported rates of each energy provider to estimate potential operating cost to heat your home. Oil rates change frequently, so you can enter a known cost per gallon price.
Step 2 of 3: Your Home
Please enter the number of square feet!
Why does home size matter?
Simply put, the amount of space you need to heat affects the amount of energy required. For this step, please include an estimate of the finished living areas.
Please enter year when the home was built!
Step 3 of 3: Your Equipment