Left underfloor heating on while on holiday - how much??!??

(12 Posts)
BlueAndBlue Sun 24-Aug-14 22:27:37

We left on Monday morning and came back tonight to discover that we'd left the underfloor heating on in the bathroom.

So that's roughly 7 days of electrical underfloor heating on.

Arrrrhhhhhhhhhhhhh! Has anyone got any idea how much this might cost us?? I'm going to call our provider (Scottish power) but would love it if someone could give me a ballpark!

BlueAndBlue Mon 25-Aug-14 06:00:42

Ok I did my research (while sending DD back to sleep on my chest!) and it turns out to be 0.6p per square metre per hour. So I calculated 0.6*4*168 (4square meters of bathroom, 168 hours in 7 days). that's 400 quid roughly. Oh dear…

Lagoonablue Mon 25-Aug-14 06:04:31

Really? That expensive? I would get it confirmed by the energy company so you are sure. Poor you, what a nightmare.

Bloody hell. Seems an expensive luxury that! Re I d me never to get it! Not helpful I know.

WeAllHaveWings Mon 25-Aug-14 06:20:17

Surely that's 400 pence not pounds?

blueberryjeans Mon 25-Aug-14 06:26:37

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FoxyHarlow123 Mon 25-Aug-14 06:49:58

Panic not OP, it's actually £40.32!

OwlCapone Mon 25-Aug-14 07:01:23

£4.03

Saralyn Mon 25-Aug-14 07:02:19

He he, blueberryjeans is correct, it is only 4.03 pounds. Nobody would have installed floor heating if it cost 400 pounds per week.

FoxyHarlow123 Mon 25-Aug-14 07:05:17

How is everyone getting £4?

blueberryjeans Mon 25-Aug-14 07:08:24

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blueberryjeans Mon 25-Aug-14 07:08:47

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IAmAPaleontologist Mon 25-Aug-14 07:09:39

Surely it also has a thermostat so it won't be using energy all the time.

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