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Old 05-25-2020, 11:08 AM
 
Location: Inland Empire
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Hi everyone. I am curious to know how much an average single family home (3b 3ba) spends on water and electricity. I currently don’t have a yard to take care of and would like to get an idea of what to expect if I had a SFR with a front and backyard. Also for electricity I’d like to get an idea for a single story vs two, if it makes a significant difference if it’s about the same size. Any insight would be great! Thank you!
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Old 05-26-2020, 05:00 PM
 
Location: NNV
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Hi everyone. I am curious to know how much an average single family home (3b 3ba) spends on water and electricity. I currently don’t have a yard to take care of and would like to get an idea of what to expect if I had a SFR with a front and backyard. Also for electricity I’d like to get an idea for a single story vs two, if it makes a significant difference if it’s about the same size. Any insight would be great! Thank you!
I can tell you electricity was between about $60 to $300 max (heat wave over 100 degrees for two weeks during a summer month, 90+ otherwise) for a 2800 square foot single story newer house (built 2007, two central AC units). So if you have a smaller house with one AC unit, there should be some savings. Two stories will be more.

Water? I want to say about $100 at the high end? We didn't have a huge rear yard; the front yard had mostly grass and didn't make max use of drought tolerant plants.
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