How much is your electricity bill?

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  1. wasey

    wasey mummy to Summer-Rose <3

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    We have a pond pump on 24/7, just trying to find out how much it bumps up the leccy bill haha :haha:
     
  2. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Mother of 4

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    for 3 months about £150 or abouts its also been less than that at one point, my gas bill is mighty cheap to.
    I pay when I want to as I dont pay a company.
     
  3. wasey

    wasey mummy to Summer-Rose <3

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    Wow thats good, i think we pay that much for a month! i dont know how not being with a company works hahaha :')
     
  4. Dragonfly

    Dragonfly Mother of 4

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    My landlord pays my bill and its a set rate of a meter reading in my flat so I pay him which ever way I want hes laid back and nice. Think its airtricity we are on here which is cheaper. Plus for gas and stuff farmers rates set rate which is again paid by landlord. I cannot complain.

    I had an meter in my old house and remember paying like £20 a week on it! broke me so much.
     
  5. Hayley90

    Hayley90 Complete

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    ours is £90 a quarter for gas AND electric. thats a 2 bed 2nd floor flat, with double glazing. its a new build, so A rated for economy thank god. cheap as chips with eon :) x
     
  6. discoclare

    discoclare Well-Known Member

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    about 100 a month for gas and electricity combined (we have gas central heating). BUT OH works from home and we have three computers, four monitors and at least one TV on all day for his work. Plus it's a Victorian conversion and has high ceilings and huge windows which are the original sashes and probably not very good at energy conservation! We have changed energy supplier 4 times in the last 2 years in order to keep trying to find a better deal for our large consumption.
     
  7. Loui1001

    Loui1001 Well-Known Member

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    Our electricity bill is around £125 every 3 months
     
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    sam2eb Well-Known Member

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    Our electric bill was about £250 last quarter.

    Their rates have gone up by 30% or so since then, dreading the next bill coming in!
     
  9. chelseaharvey

    chelseaharvey Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure what our electric is because we pay D/D for gas & electric but that us £150 a month
     
  10. hotdiana

    hotdiana Active Member

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    HAH, I think I'm paying the less from all the babyandbump forum mates: about $30/month or less.
    The gas is pretty much the same too.
     
  11. Lauren25

    Lauren25 Well-Known Member

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    Our gas and electric is on a direct debit of £70 a month, cant remember what they actual bill is quaterly but i know were in credit!!
     
  12. Pixiegirllily

    Pixiegirllily Mummy of 1

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    Electric is £41 a month and gas is variable from £25-40 a month x
     
  13. _laura

    _laura Mummy to Monster Max

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    £60 for gas and leccy quarterly. :D
    We don't put our heating on as the people that live below us thing we live in the north pole so have theirs on all the time heating up our place :haha:
     
  14. ronnie1234

    ronnie1234 One child aged five

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    Ours was £201 last quarter. Putting it down to fuel rise of at least 18% & the fact I am home more, using the kettle more for bottles, tumble dryer for clothes!

    We are also on oil heating....costing a fortune!
     

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