Alright guys, I have a question for ya. My electricity bill really doesn't waver much at all which I find somewhat odd. I would assume my useage would be lower when not using the furnace etc.. but the one constant is that I have well water. Are well water pumps known for lots of current/electricity draw?
It's not that I can't afford the bill, but just wondering if I should start looking for a problem that is causing the kwh to remain pretty darn stable regardless of whether my lights are on or not. Heck, could be a buried cable in the yard that is damaged that I am not aware of.
What is a typical kwh for a well pump to use? I don't know the depth or HP of the pump. I am considering systematically shutting off circuits and watching the meter for a dramatic change.
Some utilities just charge an average rate for your usage. (history). My meter has not been read physically for over 5 years. I have a regular meter and they have to come up with a charge every month. They say my meter is a special meter and they can read it from the street. I know better.
I am not sure if I should push this issue or let it go?