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Electricity charges for monthly rentals

Toronto, Canada
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Electricity charges for monthly rentals

Would appreciate how many units of electricity I would have to pay for assuming A/C will be used for 3 hours a day and electric kettle for for 30 minutes a day. The rest would be lighting, fridge, TV, charging and 2 laptops and 2 showers a day.. Then charging 1 tablet and 1 notebook.



Chiang Mai, Thailand
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1. Re: Electricity charges for monthly rentals

That's a really tough question. If you could provide us with the Kw/h for each appliance I could work it out for you, but as is, it's like asking how long is a piece of string. You may want to consider a rental that includes electricity usage in the rent. If it helps, Thai electricity is heavily subsidized and would be much much cheaper than you are used to at home.

Melbourne, Australia
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2. Re: Electricity charges for monthly rentals

Just as a bit of an idear, we live in Rayong , air con all night , never during the day so about 9 hours , fridge., kettle , washing machine , oven heavy use of TV our bill is about 1400 Baht a month hope this helps....... Mandy