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Old 08-23-2010, 01:38 PM
 
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Cool air is coming out but maybe not enough. There is one ceiling fan in the dining room area. I am moving the end of this month to another apartment complex in a bottom floor apartment. We'll see how the power bill is then, but then again it's not July/August. September could be just as hot though the way it's looking
September is always cooler. It should be in the upper 90's by the beginning of September.
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Old 08-23-2010, 03:59 PM
 
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September is always cooler. It should be in the upper 90's by the beginning of September.
That's a good thing
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Old 08-23-2010, 06:36 PM
 
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To avoid NV power bill shock. You can always create a spreadsheet with the current kilowatt rates and check your meter weekly to see where you stand. As for winter bills, the last $30 bill was over 10 years ago for me. My average is $60-$80 without running any heat. I do use a portable heater for the bedroom at night to keep myself and the fur kid warm at night otherwise I never use the central heat.
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Old 08-23-2010, 06:38 PM
 
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Cool air is coming out but maybe not enough. There is one ceiling fan in the dining room area. I am moving the end of this month to another apartment complex in a bottom floor apartment. We'll see how the power bill is then, but then again it's not July/August. September could be just as hot though the way it's looking
I use to live on a second floor apartment and my air conditioning seemed like it always ran, but never really cooled the apartment. I don't recall my bill being high, but that was several years ago. You'll definitely be cooler on the bottom floor, but might have to deal with an occasional bug
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