We hear you! Each time colder temps arrive, usually in late November, and home heating systems turn on, utility bills start to rise. Of course, you expect some rise in those bills after the mild temperatures of fall that don’t put much stress on the heater or the AC. And you’re probably already familiar with what that rise in the bills looks like.
But what if those bills have risen much higher than you expect? When the utility bill for the first full month of heating season arrives and it seems bigger than anticipated, you might think something is wrong.