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Hotsauce

I am scared to see the heating bill for this past month.

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Hotsauce    3,593

The heat has pretty much been running non-stop for 2 weeks. I even have a programmable thermostat.

I keep the temp on

5am-8am 66

8am-4pm 61

4pm-11pm 66

11pm-5am 65

Anyone else?

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Jase    12,321

I am with you there. Our december bill was $85 or so, our house is sealed up pretty well.

Bracing myself for a $200 January bill.

I don't know what everyone else typically pays.

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Darth Biscuit    12,499

Yeah, me too... I don't have a programmable one so we've been keeping it on about 66 all the time... just wearing sweatpants and shirt around the house... it still runs constantly though.

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SCP    30,419

I'm on gas heat (also stove, fireplace, etc.) and my bill was $135 last month. I am anticipating it to be $200+ this month. It's only around $20/month in the summer though.

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I'm expecting to shat a brick when I see my gas bill. Mines about $20 in the summer too, and half of that is the "facility fee" which I've never really understood.

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Hotsauce    3,593

I live in sub-tropical Charleston and it has been freaking 20 degs!

Well below the norm. I payed $80 last month.

After I bought the house, and called the electric company, they told me that the previous owners bills in dec.-feb. bills averaged b/w 350-500! I went to Lowes and bought a programmable thermostat that same day! My wife also complains about how cold it is in the house.

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Jase    12,321

Let me guess. You live in an old house with real wood floors?

My heating bills in dilworth were outrageous for this very reason.

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Jeff L    131

Our house is about 4500 sf and we have separate units for upstairs and downstairs. We keep the thermostats on 65-66 degrees but the units seem to run constantly at night.

Our December bill was $250; I am not looking forward to seeing this months!!

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They say if you have a 2000 sq ft house, with average insulation, windows, etc..and keep your thermostat at 68, it'll raise your bill $10 per day..and thats here in Orlando!

I kept mine on 70...probably gonna have to sell a kid to pay mine.

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Darth Biscuit    12,499

:rofl:

Only reason that sh*t's funny is 'cause it's true... :mad2:

um I just had a baby...ive been having to keep my house at 73 on 2 floors. Stop Whining...I am about to go broke

:cryin: :D

I think my downstairs heat pump is struggling too... it was mighty cold down there this morning...

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