It Will Cost More To Heat Your Home This Winter

With Winter next in line, it could cost you hundreds of dollars more to heat your home.

Energy experts say you can expect to pay an extra 450-dollars this
Winter if you use heating oil to keep your house warm. Gas, propane, and electricity will also cost more, but not as much.


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  • by Donald Location: Nags Head on Oct 9, 2008 at 09:29 AM
    So where's the story? I thought there was info. about price per gallon of lp gas.
  • by concerned Location: NC on Oct 8, 2008 at 07:59 AM
    Our electric bill has already gone up over $100 per month already. Not sure if anyone else is experiencing this or not but ours house and it's not even winter yet. We have electric heat so I'm expecting bills we can't even pay to start rolling in soon. Our pay sure isn't going to increase to help cover it. I'm worried for everyone especially the fixed income families who are barely making it now.
  • by Don Location: Greenville on Oct 8, 2008 at 05:16 AM
    It seem funny that WITN chose to run this story locally since in Greenville, GUC announced this past week, that natural gas rates were to be reduced a second time for their customers due to a reduction in prices from their supplier. This increase as you report, will hit the northern states the hardest if this winter is colder then normal. Many homes in the north still use heating oil and rural area have only propane available. Electricity has always been high almost anywhere you live.
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