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How Many Gallons of Heating Oil Do You Use Over the Winter?

November 19th, 2007 at 05:43 pm

I read somewhere recently about a family living in a very old house that used 800 gallons of heating oil each winter. This seems like an awful lot of heating oil. Curious to see how my energy consumption habits compared, I dug out my old oil bills.

For the last two years, I only used about 380 gallons of oil to heat my 78-year-old house; last year, I used about 70 gallons less than the year before. Last winter was mild, so that undoubtedly helped.

I aim to be on track this winter with the same kind of low usage, perhaps even lower.

1 Responses to “How Many Gallons of Heating Oil Do You Use Over the Winter?”

  1. kimiko Says:

    Interesting, first time I see a -3 entries.

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