(Asked previously, but now am including more information. Thanks for all earlier input.)
About how much would you expect a power bill to be for a 1250-ish square foot house?
Just renovated with all-new heating/air conditioning units, water heater, etc., energy-efficient windows, new insulation and sealing, one story.
It's all electric, no gas. Appliances are stove and fridge. We live in SC, so summers are up there, but winters aren't usually too bad; our bill where we are now is usually 25-50% higher in the summer.
If it helps at all, we're in a 970 square foot townhome now, not energy efficient at all (you can feel the wind when sitting in front of a window, and the upstairs bakes during the summer), and are currently paying $150-ish in the high months.
It's not possible to ask a previous tenant, as we would be the first people living in this house since the current owner bought it and renovated it, including adding on additional rooms (basically doubled the size of the house) and made it energy-efficient, so it would also be fairly pointless to call the power company to get averages.
Answer by Christina807 at 9:51 PM on Jan. 20, 2011
Try this What is the average utility bill?
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