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

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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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My wife also complains about how cold it is in the house.

Obviously you are not aware that this is a wife's main job...

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Obviously you are not aware that this is a wife's main job...

:rofl:

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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

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: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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lol biscuit..i bet u money my bill will be in the mid 300s

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lol biscuit..i bet u money my bill will be in the mid 300s

Won't surprise me if ours is too...

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I am the luckiest SOB. I live in a condo in Atlanta with a large brick wall and huge window with no insulation between my living room and the outside. It has been below freezing in Atlanta for almost two weeks now. In complete honesty, I have not turned on my heat the entire winter. Not once. My place stays between 70 and 72. I can't explain it. Every explanation I can think of (neighbor's heat through floors or walls, building's heat through poorly-sealed front door, etc.) makes no sense. But yeah, I actually had to open the window the other day because I was hot. I would love for someone to explain this to me. Seriously haven't turned on the heat once. I know how it feels though. I had a $450 bill one time in Greensboro.

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On a fixed rate with the gad company. Something like $120ish a month

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On a fixed rate with the gas company. Something like $120ish a month

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