First time poster, so please be patient. I built a new house and moved in August 2015. Had a geothermal system installed by a local reputable HVAC contractor. They sold me on a Bosch CE061 2-stage unit with a 6 ton horizontal loop. Our house is 2,650 s.f. with 660 s.f. of finished basement near Cleveland Ohio. The system was to be sized to accommodate a future 450 s.f. bonus room above the garage (when I have time to finish it). The first winter our electricity bills were what I thought were very high considering I installed a very energy efficient heating system. January was $441, Feb $290, March $320 and April $462. We came from a house with forced air furnace and 2,600 s.f. (no basement, no bonus room). We kept the house at 70 degrees and left it at the same temp all the time because the HVAC contractor said this was the best for a geo. In May the bill was $331 and continued through the summer to be between $200 and $250 keeping the house at 70 degrees. I went into the system thinking about $200 per month based on what we were paying for our previous house both electric and gas. This winter, which has been unseasonably w arm around here the bills have been from Nov $200, $240, $255 and $306 in Feb. I have had the HVAC contractor out MANY times complaining about the bills, about the noise of the system, about how it runs constantly when it is cold, how our house is cold in the winter and warm in the summer even and many other items. They keep telling me the system is fine, which I am not believing at this time. I talked with quite a few people before deciding to go with the geo system and they all said you will love it. I don't. Is my system running correctly? Do the bills sound reasonable? Are my issues consistent with a geo system? I want to love my geo system. Please HELP. System parts: Model: Bosch CE061-1VTC-FLT-AB Geo-Flo circulation pump? Grundfos UPC-GEO Aprilaire Humidifier 600 Photos of system information both just fan on and when stage 2 is running (when it drops below 35 degrees it skips stage 1). Thank you for your time and allowing me to ramble.