"The days of cheap heat are over," said Pete Spangler, owner of Light My Fire Hearth Shop and L.M.F. Manufacturing.
"Everybody is concerned with heating their homes this year," said Spangler
, "and it could cost up to an extra $1,200 per family this year."Spangler
manufactures and ships furnaces and other heating options all over the country, but he
mostly sells corn, pellet, and wood stoves locally.