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    It's about $200 every 18mths. We only need gas for the stove and oven. And we cook on the bbq a majority of the year although I do lots of baking and meal preparing with the stove/oven.

    Our air con bill would make up for the practically non existant gas bill though.. even with work subsidy.

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    $500 for 3 months... cold climate, heater is on basically all weekend + monday when I'm not at work, and until a few weeks ago DP was home with the boys so it was on all the time (apart from when we were all asleep). Even though it's set on 22 (which for me, cold fish that I am, it's still cold!)

    During summer it's about $60- gas cooktop and solar boosted gas hot water.

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    $500&something for 3 months, we have the heater on a lot, gas continuous hot water and gas stove top (dont use it much though).

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    Default How much is your gas bill?

    Don't have gas anymore but when I did around it was around $120-$150 every 3 months

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    > $400 for 2months. I'm always freezing. Hubby wasn't impressed

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    About $370 for 2 months that's with ducted gas heating on whenever we are home, gas hot water,oven and cook top. I thought that was ok. Expecting the next one to be higher because its colder outside

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    We only have gas for the hot water and it costs us $40 p/m...that's being strict and having 4 min showers once per day.

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    $250 for 3 mths. It's doubled since having ducted gas heating. Next one will be bigger i think.

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    Winter it was $289. In the middle of summer it was about $110.

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    Just got a one month bill after moving to our new house and it was $208 for the month but I've had the gas heating going for the whole month. Once winters gone I expect it to be heaps less!!


 

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