What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?PA. I live in a 3 bedroom/half double house in Franklin county, Pa. The house has an oil furnace boiler that is as old as the house(1940's). The attic is not insulated. The problem is that my oil usage so far this year since September is around 300+ gallons at $2.41/gallon. It has not been very cold so far this year and I keep my heat set at 66F. I talked to my landlord about this and he basically told me to buy some electric heaters and turn the thermostat way down. I have asked other people that I know about their oil consumption and they all told me that this is extremely high usage. I also have lived in homes with oil heat before and none have come even close to that. I guess the question that I am asking is, is my landlord responsible for this unreasonable cost or am I stuck dealing with it? Should I start looking for a new place and is this something that will allow me to break my lease if I decide to move? Should he get the furnace checked or do I have to live in the cold? I wouldnt care if it was just me but I have 2 young children to worry about.What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)?