# Quick Answer: Can You Pay Gas And Electric Monthly?

## How much does gas and electric cost per month?

On average, you can expect to pay \$150 – \$200 for electricity, heating, and air.

If you want to pay for cable and/or internet, add \$65 – \$150, depending on the services you choose.

What utilities do tenants in an apartment pay?

On average, landlords include water, garbage pickup, and natural gas in the cost of rent.

## How much does electric heat cost a month?

For a gas heater, the average monthly cost is \$40. Electricity is more costly and could come in at around \$160 per month. If you are unsure of what to expect for heating costs, ask the landlord what type of heating is in the apartment and call the utility company and ask for the average monthly bill for that address.

## How much do utilities cost per month?

Utility Bills 101: Tips, Average Costs, Fees, and More. Unless you live off the grid, most utilities—like electricity, gas, water, garbage, internet, and cable—are going to periodically cost you a buck or two. In fact, the rule of thumb for apartment dwellers is to budget at least \$200 per month for utilities.

## How can I estimate my electric bill?

Your kWh rate is printed right on your electric bill, and the average daily use is easy enough to figure.

Once you have your data, calculate the cost of use with this formula:

• Multiply the device’s wattage by the number of hours the appliance is used per day.
• Divide by 1000.
• Multiply by your kWh rate.