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- February 3, 2008 at 5:13 pm #255661Guest
I’m in Michigan. Right now, we live in a 1500 sq ft apartment, and
only pay electricity. Heat is included in the rent (thank GOD!). Ourelectricity runs about $80 a month right now, but in the summer, it
will be higher when we use the AC. I want to say we were around
$150/month over the summer.Last winter, we lived in a 900 sq ft house that was very poorly
insulated, and we were spending at least $300 a month on heat.
This place is also poorly insulated (we have the heat cranked up toabout 80-85, the living room is roasting, but all the bedrooms are
freezing). I’m really glad we don’t pay heat, I don’t even want to
imagine how high it is. I’d think with the complex paying it, they’dbe more interested in making the place better insulated.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “dstutters”
>> Hi all.
> I’m a new member to this group, so I’m not quite sure of topics and> culture etc.
> I live in Denver and we’re in the midst of winter of course. I’m> getting sick of my energy bills. I paid 267 last month. That’s
> highest energy bill I’ve ever paid.>
> Another month or two and this should calm down.
>> What are those of you in other states paying?
> Thanks,> Deb
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