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What will my natural gas bill be if I leave it at 70 degrees all night all month a estimation?

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  • What will my natural gas bill be if I leave it at 70 degrees all night all month a estimation?


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Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 23:49
No way to know. It depends on outside temperature, size of building, walls exposed to outside and level of insulation. We have none of that data.
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 00:17
Too many variables to even guess (i.e. insulation, size of house, cost per unit, etc) I suggest you ask a neighbor with a similar house.
Answer #3 | 20/12 2013 03:28
No possible way to guess without much more info.
Answer #4 | 20/12 2013 03:51
Another factor in not being able to give you an estimate is the current jump in natural gas prices due to the unseasonably high demand from last month, which puts upward pressure on prices.
Answer #5 | 20/12 2013 14:09
Does that imply it will be running/heating XX hours/day for 30 days? Look at the rating tag on the furnace and find it's BTU rating per hour. Multiply that by hours run per day and days it will run. This is your total BTU consumption for the month. There are 100 Cubic Feet per about 102,000 BTU's. Your natural gas bill will probably be billed in 100 cu ft. Divide accordingly to determine total consumption in cubic feet. Check a past bill to determine the "tier" pricing per HCF and apply the cost per each tier to your result above, add cost for each tier together. If it is a flat rate .. easy. You will have a ball park estimate of the cost for a month.

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