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Are gas cards intrest any higher than the others or do they run about the same?

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Posted on Sat Aug 09, 2008 7:37 am  

GN Many times the gas cards are easier to get than normal CCs. If you don not think you would be able to get one you could always get a secured card.
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Posted on Sat Aug 09, 2008 9:48 am  

Are gas cards intrest any higher than the others or do they run about the same? I have never had one before?
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Posted on Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:06 am  

Thats a really good question Gn. My only fear of having a gas card is when we hit those really really rough spots in the winter. It would be toooo easy to charge it. As I said on other posts I just want to go down to one and leave it at that.
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Posted on Sun Aug 10, 2008 4:01 am  

It is slowly falling, it will find an even keel and stay there for awhile and then fall a little again. Even at where it is now, I an not imagine how people will do the fuel this year, unless the government steps into help. While they are at it, they need to increase the income limits for these programs, it is not only affecting those at poverty level, it is putting those working families in danger of choosing to eat or heat. Hopefully they will take a hard look at this.
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Posted on Mon Aug 11, 2008 1:56 am  

Problem is gn they don't step in to help everyone. I just heard that they are pushing for more funding for the liheap program they run in this state. they say it will give the low income a few more dollars for fuel. We have middle income here and I don't know how we are heating this year. So I agree with raising the incmoe level.
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Posted on Mon Aug 11, 2008 2:28 am  

I am getting a new out door furnact her in September, then I will get my two loads of coal for the winter.
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Posted on Mon Aug 11, 2008 1:21 pm  

That is something I am really going to look into if I ever see any money from this lawsuit. We recently moved and had to do alot of clear cutting. We have enough wood that can provide free heating and my hubby works in the coal mine and they are entitled to some free coal a year. If I weren't already swarmed with debt I would do it this year. My bro wants to hook up a bioler system he has been saving for us but it doesn't look the best (could just be me). Plus it would costs quite a bit to get the heat into the house. I really don't have the funds but I wish I did.
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Posted on Tue Aug 12, 2008 1:44 am  

You would be better off heating with it, especially if you have the access to the wood and the coal. You said that you moved out into the woods, if you don't like the way it looks, then build a building around it to cover it or just put up a wall, it would drop your heating costs drastically, we only had between 400 and 500 into heating for the entire year, that is heating all the hot water in our house too.
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Posted on Tue Aug 12, 2008 4:27 pm  

I planned on covering it. The problem is it is estimeted that I would need close to a grand to hook this all up. I doubt it will happen this year. Really I don't spend anymore on my fuel furnace but 1 tank of kerosene. Last year it cost roughly $650 to heat. My bro was really surprised. He thought since it was a type of trailer it wouldn't have much insolation. He was surprised when he seen it was insulated better than his house. He He
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Posted on Sat Sep 06, 2008 12:56 am  

Wow that was good, I know a lot of people that spend three times that amount, I know I would not want to be paying these prices but your cost was not that high.
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Posted on Sat Sep 06, 2008 1:49 am  

Thats true and alot of people don't think these homes are that heat efficient. They tend to think of the older models. I really can't complain. I still would like to get the outdoor furnace since we cleared a lot of trees it would be free heat for a few years plus a load of coal my hubby could get at the mine.
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Posted on Sat Sep 06, 2008 11:05 pm  

If your husband works in the mine then you should get an outdoor furnace. The hook up would depend on how far you put it a way from your house, you need to put water lines in to feed the furnace and a heat exchanger under your furnace. You will get your money back in a few years, you can burn anything in it.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:48 am  

I am going to get one I just have to wait until the money magically appears. I refuse to make anymore bills until I have all the others aquired from moving here.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 2:32 am  

That sounds like a good plan fireyone, especially since you are so stressed out about it, pay off what you have there is always next year right.
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Posted on Sun Sep 07, 2008 1:50 pm  

Yes. And the year after. I seriously want all these bills gone first. So even if it takes longer I figure it really isn't costing that much to heat compared to payments on another loan.

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