Spend less or make more :-)

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icfrugal1
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Spend less or make more :-)

Post by icfrugal1 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:33 pm

So I am taking $14,000 out of saving for the A/R and the new heater.

right now I can get 2.50% so $350.00 a year or about $30.00 a month.

Since I'm not earning more I've got to spend less. :D :D

This has been very positive so far for me, I am doing a lot of thinking before I'm buying anything, !!!!

I thought that I was really thinking before I bought before, but now I think not.

I do hope that the new heater and the A/R will save on monthly bills, maybe more then $30.00.

I really hope that DH will be more comfortable wit hthe house temperature in the house.

IC

clemencia2us
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Re: Spend less or make more :-)

Post by clemencia2us » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:25 pm

icfrugal1 wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:33 pm
So I am taking $14,000 out of saving for the A/R and the new heater.

right now I can get 2.50% so $350.00 a year or about $30.00 a month.

Since I'm not earning more I've got to spend less. :D :D

This has been very positive so far for me, I am doing a lot of thinking before I'm buying anything, !!!!

I thought that I was really thinking before I bought before, but now I think not.

I do hope that the new heater and the A/R will save on monthly bills, maybe more then $30.00.

I really hope that DH will be more comfortable wit hthe house temperature in the house.

IC
You should be saving some money. Window units use a lot of energy. The new systems are much more energy efficient.

We had the outside part replaced on monday. When he checked the old unit, it showed that it was pulling a lot of amps. The new one barely half of what the old one was doing

It is also so quiet. I could always hear even inside when the old one kicked on.

rinty
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Re: Spend less or make more :-)

Post by rinty » Thu Jul 11, 2019 6:29 pm

If its about DH being more comfortable, then its worth it.

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