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April and May are usually some of my lowest electric bills. My bill is lower, but I still think it seems a little high, considering I have not had electric heat and still have not turned on my air conditioner.
A Salesman gave me a number that showed my payback from solar and how I could take advantage of lower usage months in the spring and fall to help offset my winter and summer utility bills. Is this true?