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2016-10-14 01:27:59
2016-10-14 01:27:59

Every electric heater (by law) must state the etimated cost to run for a year. The question is hard to answer because this depends on the size of the home, and rather or not you have tall ceilings. Your utility company may be able to provide an estimate based on past billings for a similar home. In Arizona, we find heating/gas and air conditioning/gas averages $200/month.

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