Some of the Condos that have electric heat aren't too problematic because they're
so well built. The ones on Park in Norwalk are pretty efficient even though they're older. If they're
all single level like Park, the higher floors have the benefit of rising heat. Also beware of alternative providers for electric. They start out saving your 5-10 dollars a month, but then they charge you much more than CL&P and you can't contact anyone to do anything about it. There's no one manning the phones at the state complaint center either. Watch out for special assessments. I'd be happy to help.