|bills on Sep 07, 2016 @ 07:17 am|
I am fortunate that my electric bill is low... christmas is the worse but i have never went over 140 a month... a tip to save on your bill is when going away if even just for a weekend unplug all none essential appliances.. even when not in use the still use some electricity...
|. on Sep 07, 2016 @ 11:53 am|
Electricity is so expensive here in Ottawa, that I am reluctant to leave my all inclusive apartment building, despite really not being happy here. My rent includes electricity, and is pet friendly, the two things that are keeping me here. I have heard horror stories from local friends. My last bill when I owned my home here in Ottawa was over $800. Granted, we had a hot tub running, and it was Christmas, but we didn't even have electric heating. It was a big part of my decision to sell after my husband died...I would have ended up in real financial trouble with electric costing almost as much as the mortgage.
|Crazy on Sep 07, 2016 @ 12:02 pm|
I live in Toronto area' with this crazy hot summer we have had our central air on it seems forever. It has been crazy hot, I have an illness which affects my breathing so we also have special filters throughout our venting system. My husband abound I were scared to open our hydro bill for the last period cycle. It was 750$ for the last 2 months, I almost passed out when I saw it. We watch our laundry times, are minimal with dishwasher, it's the central air that's the culprit. Our Hydro in Ontario is insane. I can't wait for cooler weather to save some cash! Our usual average 2 month bill is usually 380 $ to 400$
|. on Sep 07, 2016 @ 12:04 pm|
I live in a really old house in nfld and in the winter my bill is over $600.00 a month, it's crazy!
|I guess it's not too bad on Sep 07, 2016 @ 12:20 pm|
My electricity bill is usually $120 for 2 months. I live in a condo. But I do however have a baby, and do a lot of laundry for the family, 2-3 loads twice a week. TV is always on Treehouse.. I do make sure I do laundry when its non-peak hours to make sure I do cut down on the costs. AC is always on. I mean, it's not too bad for Toronto.