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- February 3, 2008 at 5:13 pm #255731Guest
I am in the Idaho panhandle and we are experiencing the worst snow
season since 1968-69 season. Looking at your bills, I feel fortunate.I heat our 2200 sq ft house (plus water heater) by heat pump during the
day at 65 degrees and use our wood stove at night to keep the house at
an even temperature. I put a container of water on top as well. Idress in flannel-lined jeans during the day with a sweatshirt over a
long-sleeved T-shirt….and I keep moving as much as I can. My last
month’s electric bill from our co-op was $103.— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “jpilkerton2001”
>> We live in a 1250 sq foot apartment and our bill was about 170.00. We
> live in Maryland and BGE, our electric company has increased the rate
> about 80% in the past 2 years. We keep our thermastat at 66 and use> only natural Sun light until dark. a friend of mine said that her
> bill was over 700.00 for one month.
> — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Karen Pierce”> wrote:
> > I know what ya mean….while we are sleeping and while we’re at> work, we have the thermostat set at 60 degrees
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