What is the average cost of an electric bill for a one bedroom apartment?
Electric bills are usually pretty small for one bedroom apartments, maybe $60; however, there are many factors that determine how much the bill will be. Some are where you live, how much electricity you use, the square footage of the apartment, etc. The best way to estimate how much your electricity might be is to talk to others who rent one bedroom apartments the size you want to rent in your area.
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Answer . \nThe price of any utility bill depends on how much is being used and how much the company is charging. Ask the landlord or previous renter what the average mont…h use/charge was to get an idea.
The average cost of an electric bill for a two bedroom apartment is$100. The exact amount will differ depending on the occupants' useof electricity.
I don't know if it is the same for everyone, but my 1128 kw bill was 198$,
Depends on where you live and how much you use each month.
Answer There is no way anyone can answer your question including the Electricity Company as no two people use the same amounts of electricity. Some people leave lights on al…l the time, too lazy to turn them off and others do turn the lights off and the clothes dryer too. Your electric company might be able to give you an average of what former occupants paid in a particular home/apartment of how much the average is for a particular size apartment, but costs can vary greatly from one occupant to the next and from one geographical area to the next. This may give an idea of how much the bill will be: My average bill is about $40 a month for electricity and I live by myself. I typically leave a few lights on and I always have my fan on 24/7..My computer runs most the time as well...
The average cost for electricity in an one bedroom apartment inMississippi is close to $50 per month. The amount will varydepending upon the things that you use on a daily bas…is.
My ComEd bill was $65 per month during Aug - Oct and $90 per month during Nov - Mar when I lived in a one bedroom in Hyde Park. This year I moved to Columbus Plaza downtown, m…y bills for Aug to Oct were about the same as last year but my bills for Nov - Dec were shockingly high at $130 per month! I use the same appliances as before but what the heaters provided by the apartment are different. These bills include: 1 TV, 1 Microwave, 4 Floor Lamps (about 6hrs a day), Stove top (cook about once a week), 1 laptop, 1 Fridge, 1 coffee maker... pretty much. One thing i noticed was my room at Columbus can't really insulate the freezing wind from outside. When I turn off my heater for about 10 mins, the room would be too cold to stay and I have to turn on the heater again.
The size of an apartment is not a good yardstick to determine howmuch to expect to pay as phone charges. The time spent on the phoneand the destinations called are the main de…terminants of the pricepeople pay.
The size of the home doesn't really matter. A cable connection to the internet usually runs around $60 a month, but can vary with package deals and incentives.
This varies significantly based on location - where in the world you live, and the time of year. In the U.S. the bill could be as inexpensive as $20 when no heat or air condi…tioning are used at one extreme - and well over $200 in an expensive area when you are using electric heat or air conditioning. Check with neighbors, previous tenants, or landlord for a better answer. In some area the local electric company will also provide estimates.
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