In the summer, people usually pay less for gas because they aren’t using it as much, given that they’re running the air conditioner and not the heater. That wasn’t the case with me until I switched to a new gas company. Even though the only thing I was really using gas for was the hot water heater and the stove, I was still seeing the same prices that I would see if the heater were running. I changed when I saw a click here ad online and compared the prices to the ones that I was already paying.
Once the change to the new gas company was done, my gas bill looked a lot better. If only I could get my other bills to do the same. My water bill doesn’t go down, no matter how much water I try to conserve. I think there may be a leak in my home somewhere. I’ll have to call a plumber to check it out. If there isn’t, then I must really be using way too much water. I could probably have some newer toilets installed that would use less water, but that would require calling someone to do it, because I have no idea how to do it myself.
There’s also the problem of my electricity bill being higher than normal. Since my home gets a lot of sunlight, I might as well have some solar panels put on the roof. At least I would be able to shave off some of the usage that I put on the power grid. Not to mention, in those rare moments when the power goes out, I can use the backup power to power my home until everything is fixed. That combined with working gas would keep my home running like nothing happened on the outside.