Okay – remember the first PECO bill for this house? $650? Well, this past month we’ve been diligent about turning lights and other electrical appliances off when not in use. We’ve cut way back on the use of the A/C. And we cut our bill by $200. But that means our bill is still $450. If you look at our meter outside, the thing is just spinning quicky and we’re not using that much electricity right now. What gives? How can we find out what is draining our resources? We noticed today that the ants were all inside the wiring area of where the meter sits on the side of the house – could that have anything to do with it? I know I’m grasping at straws here, but I’d really like to not have a $450 electricity bill every month. Any ideas welcomed.