I am currently looking for a new home in the northern part of Georgia. Somewhere between Toccoa and Calhoun. I want some fresh air, fresh water and humidity...lol. But I have been looking from Kentucky down through Nashville into Georgia. I cannot believe on how many homes only have electric in the house and no natural gas. I am not looking way out in the boonies. I need to be in town to a point. But the greater percentage of homes have electric kitchens. WTH? Even homes inside of city limits have not been plumbed with natural gas. I just don't understand. Doesn't the power go out from storms? Isn't natural gas cheaper than electric? I know for a fact as a life long cook it is better to cook with a gas stove. Someone tell me why all of these homes have electric only and no gas. Oh... and if some of them do have gas they stub the fireplace but not the kitchen! WTH? again Thanks for your responses.