what is avg elec bill for 2/2 home in cedar key, fl?

Asked by Steve, Cedar Key, FL Fri Aug 8, 2008

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A ''Nickie''…, Agent, Cedar Key, FL
Sun Aug 28, 2011
You can call the electric company that services the house and ask them. Is it a "cracker house" or a newer home?? That is your question back to you.
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Bill Eckler, Agent, Venice, FL
Sun Feb 8, 2009
Steve,

Because of the large number of variables this is a tough question to provide accurate information. Probably the best resource for this information would be FPL. ( Florida Power & Light)

If you have a specific property in mind they may be able to provide a clearer picture for you. A ball park guess would be in the $60 -$100 per month range.

This is a great location and an opportune time.

Good luck
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$60-100? What? Do you live off the grid :)
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Dan Martin, , Gainesville, FL
Sun Feb 8, 2009
I have a 2/2 weekend home (~1100 sq ft)in Cedar Key that we use about 3 time a month. The home was built in 1992 and is very well insulated, but has a lot of glass and sliding doors. Our electric bill runs about $60/month- more in the summer with heavy cooling.
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Connie Smith, , Gainesville, FL
Sun Oct 12, 2008
Steve
If you have the address I can check and let you know. Central Florida Electric serves that area.
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Myke Atwater, Agent, Santa Rosa Beach, FL
Sat Aug 9, 2008
This is an impossible question to really answer. The electric bill is dependent on so many things--what temperature do you keep the house at, how many square feet is it, what sort of insulation does it have, does it have cathedral ceilings (which cost more because heat rises), how many people are in the family (more hot water, hair dryers, laundry, etc). I would recommend calling the local electric company and find out how much they charge per kilowatt hour and then compare that to where you are now living. That might be the most accurate way to do a guestimate!!
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