Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Heat Costs Drop This Winter

The cost of heating your homes this winter will go down. Vermont Gas says its rates are dropping for the fifth quarter in a row. The company says it will cost about 17 percent this year than last to heat a home. Jim Condos is the company spokesman. He says quote -- "That translates for the average residential customer to about $300 in annualized savings." WCAX TV reports that only about 14 percent of the state heats with natural gas and about 58 percent heats with oil. Heating oil customers are also expected to get a break in their bills this winter.