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The quickest way to tell how much the electric bill will be is to ask the owner for past bills. Then make adjustments based on your lifestyle and number of occupants. There too many building science assumptions to make to guess without actually looking at the house to determine the cost.
Shingle roofs average life depending on quality 17-25 years with regular maintance to seal where pipes come out of the roof ventilation etc.
Air conditioning is also depends on is your temp set at 72 or 78 a good quess for that size would be $140 to 170 in the summer.
Shingled roof confer with roofer for those answers
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The cost to air condition a home that size would depend on the age/ size/ SEER rating of the A/C unit. If the home is properly insulated, does it have single or dual pane windows and what temperature you leave it at.
A ballpark guess may be, $250 - $300 per month in the summer.
as far as electricity goes I live in Sun City in a 1600+ home built in the late 60â€™s and I pay about $130 per mo. year round.
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