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Re: Chicago again

Texas is high on electricity anyway, but I would not think you would pay  
that much without A/C.
We pay between 30-50 for gas (heat and stove) and 50-300 for elec.  (A/C 
etc.). Depending on season.  We have solar powered hot water  heater, and are 
seriously thinking of getting Solar elect.  period.  Our electricity is outragious 
here, and is constantly going  up every 6 month to a year.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 2/20/2008 7:46:14 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

Wow - no  kidding.  My elec bill runs between 50 and 90 dollars a  month,
depending on the season.  Gas bill runs about 60 or so in the  winter and
about 15 the rest of the year (water heater).  Of course my  house is only
about 1100 SF and I don't have central heat or  air.

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