What's the average power bill in Las Vegas?

Asked by Atia, 89117 Fri Aug 30, 2013

What's the average power bill in Las Vegas?

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Jimmy Balsano, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Tue Sep 3, 2013
Hi Atia

I recommend that you contact the following agency
Nevada Energy

If I can be of further assistance and answer
Any of your other questions please contact me

Jimmy Balsano
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Jeffery Sklar, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
According to the Las Vegas Sun, the average electric bill is around $135.00 per month.

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Robert Adams, Agent, Henderson, NV
Sat Aug 31, 2013
We would need to know what type of property. Sqft? How many residents? etc.

If you have a specific address you can contact the utility company and ask.

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Andrea Gonza…, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
It's difficult to give an average power bill estimate for the entire Las Vegas region. It depends on what side of town you reside in/zip code ect... If you have friends or relatives within a certain zip code/area you can ask them for their estimate power bill; or call Nevada Power company. However, the average in 89031 zip code is $125. Hope this helps.

Have a great day.

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VIP Realty Group
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Scot Savage, Agent, HENDERSON, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
one million dollars........
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Lauri Bauer, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
Hello again, this is the best I can do to help give you an idea. Below is the link from NV energy where you can enter a zip code or address to receive the average cost. Keep in mind, this isn't completely reliable because it will always depend on square footage and how many occupants as well as how energy conserving they are but it will give you a general idea. Again, call me if I can help you with a move at 702-370-1072 Laura Bauer w/ Foundation Realty, LLC.

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Lucy Pinon, Agent, 89169, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
My home 1600 sq ft. single story- Built in 1980 faces south. Single pane. Two residents; Average $180 in summer. $75 in winter.
My 1890 sq. ft. two story faces east, with a big tree for shade. with 4 residents built in 1960 single pane average $280 in summer, $110 in winter
My 1400 sq ft built in 2006 two story faces south, one resident winter $120. Summer $80.
Lots of variables will affect your cost. How many people live there, what kind of appliances, tv, computers do you have, preference for temp, etc etc. Hope this helps.
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Matthew D'Er…, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
It's easy to figure if you've lived and worked here for any length of time. Here is a very good est.
New Home 1500 sq. ft - 1.50 to 1.75 PSF durring summer. Half that during winter. Water is expensive as well so find a home with grass only in back yard of any. Add 25% for home with grass and trees/shrubs in back. Add 25% for older homes built before 1990 and worst is homes with single pane windows. If you need any more info about Vegas please call or email me. Matt & Kim 702.501.0973
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Lauri Bauer, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
Hi, it is hard to give you an average power bill for a home here in the Las Vegas area. The best way to determine an average is to check with Nevada Energy on any particular home and they can give you a high/low and average over the past year. Their are too many different sized homes, one stories, two stories, etc to be able to give an average. If you are looking to move to the Las Vegas area, call me and I would be happy to assist you with your move whether it be a rental or a purchase. You can reach me at 702-370-1072 or email at lauri365@aol.com.

Laura Bauer w/ Foundation Realty, LLC.

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Andy Stahl, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
Hello Atia- That's going to depend on so many variables- size of the property, type of air conditioners/heaters, number of appliances, and how an individual resident uses their power. I keep my AC set at 81 degrees in the summer, but I have neighbors with the same house that have it set at 72 degrees all summer.
Your best bet is to call the Nevada Power company. They have an automated system where you can give them an address, and the system will tell you the average monthly electric bill. Remember, 2 identical houses might have vastly different electric bills depending on how the residents use it!
Nevada Power: 702-367-5555
I hope that helps!
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Randy Bridges, Agent, Las Vegas, NV
Fri Aug 30, 2013
Contact Nevada Energy. They may be able to give you a better and more precise answer to your question. Here is their liink, https://www.nvenergy.com/company/contact/#
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