2022-23 Heating Season - high prices?!

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we're using propane for heat and the price will not be low this season, but it should not be too rediculous either. i just called them this morning for the refill. they don't want to come out until it gets down that they can put in at least 200 gallons. that will last us a month and a half to two months depending upon how cold it gets.
 

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I bought plastic for windows. DH covered 6 windows. 10 to go...

I need to pull out clothes drying racks. The dryer is an energy hog!
we did windows today too! cat isn't impressed but we can already feel the difference. Do you do all your windows? We keep one in the kitchen and one in the bathroom open all year for breathing purposes if we need
 

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we did windows today too! cat isn't impressed but we can already feel the difference. Do you do all your windows? We keep one in the kitchen and one in the bathroom open all year for breathing purposes if we need
Depends on the weather. We usually leave the kitchen and patio door unsealed. I burn a lot of food... :hide :lol:
 
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