I don't have gas just because out on the coop it's $25 a month and my house was never set up for natural gas.
To make that $25 a month gas surcharge worth it I would really need to convert over to gas heat to make it worth the install. Then gas water heater, range and gas dryer to get some use out of that $25 per month that will make up about the vast majority the summer time gas bill.
Heat pump dryers are stupid. They are stupid expensive starting at $800 and $900 for the cheapest 2, ridiculously slow, they get plugged up with dryer lint, the heat pump system is very expensive to repair, they are tiny, typically 4 cubic feet in capacity where standard gas and electric dryers are around double that and they don't appear to save enough electricity to make them worth all the trouble. The ones I looked at still required 240v power.
It looks like you have to be willing to periodically take it apart and blow it out with compressed air every so often, based on a YouTube video where a guy got a like new almost free heat pump dryer and got it going again after a good hard cleaning.
Heat pump water heaters are another one. When they break plumbers don't know how to work on heat pumps and most hvac guys don't know how to work or don't want to work on a hot water heater. I have an etech add on heat pump hot water heater and love it, helps air condition the house a little during the summer.
But I wouldn't buy a premade unit starting at $850.
When my little etech quits and I can't fix it I just close 2 valves, unhook the water, unplug it from its power supply, plug in the range cord attached to my hot water heater returning it to normal resistance heating operation and take the etech unit to my favorite local hvac shop.
Some one said "induction ranges aren't more expensive than gas" and that is total BS. On Lowe's when I search induction ranges the cheapest 2 are $999 and $1,040. If you don't like either of those to the 3rd cheapest is $2,000.
The oven in an induction range is no different than the oven in a standard electric range so no efficiency gains there.
With gas ranges I see 7 under $500.
Right now everything is on sale too so those numbers are subject to change.
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