Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by TallMan_J, Oct 13, 2021 at 3:34 PM.
depends where u live. if u live somewhere cold, that heat bill can easily hit $200 when the weather hits the teens and single digits in jan/feb.
I been doing this for years. all my vents are closed in the basement cuz it should NEVER get AC in the summer, and I'm not down there all the time to constantly need all the heat. I want that shyt going to the main floor and upstairs.
Don't worry, inflation is just transitionary - government spokesperson.
There's a bit more to it, but, generally speaking, the only times you expect to see bills that high are in VERY old or very large houses. I see them in energy DEFICIENT homes every week. A 3 br, 2-story house with bills that high is indicative of problems that are not weather/climate related at all.
Nah OPEC was purposely trying to break the US back and almost succeeded but that situation was a whole different beast than what's going now.
Winter months in MD I rock a 350-400 bill...caulking gonna help that much?
You live in a house? Apartment? Row-house? Mobile home? How old is it? You use a furnace or a boiler? Is it gas, oil, or electric powered? How old is it? Is there an attic, basement, or crawlspace? What is the square footage of living space? How many rooms? Do you have a fireplace?
I got an extra bedroom of anybody wanna come crash.
Im in Florida tho so I will have to charge you a florida fukkery tax tho
Your problems are heat, humidity, and moisture. A perfect breeding ground for Black Mold and poor indoor quality-of-air. Good business opportunity.
the gooberment can't mind their own business or something
i survived the 2020 texas blackout.
No, you have OTHER problems.
If y'all think it will be heating problems alone this winter.