Electric bill higher? Blame the cold weather
PORT ORFORD Electric bills have been higher this winter, mainly because it has been colder, the Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative Board of Directors was told at last week's regular meeting.
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#1 May 18, 2011
This is very understandable. I know that when the weather gets colder, I want to crank my thermometer up, not just leave it at the regular 68*F that I normally have it set at. I think, though, that there are energy saving solutions that can help save money. You just have to talk to your hvac company ( http://www.ocresidentialservices.com ).
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