Hello everyone so long story short we bought a house that is somewhat of a fixer upper. Needs some updating etc. but it's out of town on a little ground and the price was right. Something I have noticed is the heater seems to use a lot of energy. It is a Weil McLain boiler the inside of the home has baseboard heater style radiators that the water passes through from my understanding. I can watch our meter and the little disc moves pretty slow and then when the heater takes off it spins pretty good. I have the house kept at 68 degrees and the windows are old aluminum pane windows so I put plastic on them. The attic vents are closed off and the home does have insulation in the attic. There isn't insulation in the crawl space but it is closed off and dry. Our electric bill is projected to be $310 and the usage for yesterday was about 130kwh that seem crazy high to me! The home is almost 1500 square foot. The home was built in 1950 brick home with an add on sometime after that but the add on has the asbestos siding so it's not modern by any means. The home isn't a new tight energy efficient home by any means but still I think the usage is crazy. I have very little experience with boiler systems so any info is appreciated or advice thoughts anything is appreciated. I'm sure we will get this ironed out and move on to the next project in time.