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The current renter says she is paying 450 a month to keep it at 74 degrees F. There are four people living in the home who work days and are home nights. They are considering switching to flourescent bulbs - but I have to laugh and imagine this will not impact the bill very much since most of the bill seems to be A/C related.
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older big screen TV , computers on all day. 2 adult household; 1 adult works from home. Extra freezer in garage, All lightbulbs energy efficient. Oh we also have dogs that go in and out all day, which I am sure impacts the temp in the house.
I have noticed that some people ALWAYS have the A/C on, and maybe those homes are extra cool, but there are ways to cut some energy usage: CF bulbs, powerstrips to shut off unused small electronics, using dishwasher and clothes washer in the late evening, even changing the house filters once a month will improve airflow and reduce electric usage. Good luck.
P.S. We moved from CT last year, and the electric here is way cheaper than our heating there!
I think the .10 per square foot is wrong for the summertime, this may be correct for an average over a 12 month period.