Do they make you pay air conditioning in an old folks home if you live there for the place that is your address?
- momLv 712 months agoFavourite answer
I would not be surprised because those homes seem to take all the money and leave the family with nothing
- RICKLv 711 months ago
When Mom was in one heat and AC were included in the monthly bill
- EdnaLv 712 months ago
The cost of central air conditioning in an old folks home is usually included in the "rent" you pay for living there.
- PAMELALv 712 months ago
Ask the home, how would we know?
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- ObserverLv 712 months ago
There are several ways that electricity is paid for; It many be included in the rent or the rentee may have to pay the electricity seperately.
- TiggerLv 712 months ago
Usually they have central air in those places that is run by the home. The residents pay a monthly fee that covers everything to live there.
- JudithLv 712 months ago
They're all different.
My mother lives in senior housing and has a small apartment. She pays all utilities like she would if she had her own apartment elsewhere.
A friend lives in senior housing and she pays almost $3000 a month for her two rooms which includes a small cooktop and microwave. All utilities are included as well as a housekeeper who cleans her place once a week, two meals a day (lunch and dinner), and they do her laundry once a week. They have services on-site e.g. beauty salon but they pay for their own hair care and manis and pedis.
A person needs to check out many places before determining what can fit their budget - at least that is the case in larger cities because there are so many choices at so many different price ranges.
- JanetLv 712 months ago
It depends on the home. Where I live there is no air conditioning, but we are allowed one portable air conditioner, or a restricted BTU, and our electrical is included in our monthly rent so we don't pay extra IF we have a/c.
- Anonymous12 months ago
My Mom just moved into an old folks home just 2 days ago. We visited several before she picked one. Seems they all do it a different way.....so the answer is it depends on the place, (you'll have to call and ask) . In her situation it is one big monthly payment for food, electricity, AC/Heat, basic cable, and security, are included, but no internet or phone is provided. The dining is included in the rent (they have a chef prepare 3 meals a day for them, and then free snacks) It's a very nice and pretty large place with 200 or so people living and dining there.