The Roanoker - September/October 2014 - 94
Thanks to tight insulation and a zoned heating
system, the Gess family can regulate the
temperature inside their 1,900-square-foot home.
During cold months in their Bluefield home, the
monthly electricity bill ranged from as low as $200 to
as high as $700.
"There was no consistency, and we were cold all of the
time," Angela Gess says.
Now, since buying their contemporary Craftsmanstyle house at Mount Tabor Meadows, the Gesses have
not paid more than $200 a month for electricity in the
coldest times of the year.
"Now whatever we set the thermostat at, it stays there,"
says Angela Gess, a middle school English teacher in Radford. "It's just consistent."
Tight insulation and double-insulated windows are
some of the main features that keep this 1,900-squarefoot house's indoor temperature from fluctuating greatly,
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