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Energy Adviser: Close energy gap between landlord and tenant

Aug 18, 2016

Rentals are in high demand in Clark County and an average one-bedroom apartment runs more than $900 a month. When looking for a home, renters often compare only the monthly rent but overlook other living expenses, such as utilities.

“In this competitive market, many times renters are scrambling to land someplace and questions about energy costs just don’t come up,” said Lindel Ayers, a landlord and president of the Clark County Rental Association, a nonprofit working to improve the county’s rental business. Learn More

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    • Less than 2,200 sq. ft.
    • Electric resistance with baseboard heaters or wall heaters
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    • Less than 2,600 sq. ft.
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    • Electric forced air furnace
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    • Electric forced air furnace
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    • Less than 2,400 sq. ft.
    • Electric forced air furnace (preferred)
    • Baseboard heating, infrared panel, wall heaters
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