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Old 02-04-2013, 09:02 AM
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What is the temperature in your house?

Mine stays at 68 both me and my boyfriend don't like it too hot especially when were sleeping so we even turn on a ceiling fan. My aunt who stays with me a lot is always cold so when shes here she knows to bring long pajamas and etc. I usually put it up for at 70 but that's as far as I'll go lol


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Old 02-04-2013, 09:02 AM
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70F during the day, if someone is home, and 64 at night....but we don't heat the bedrooms, so I am betting they are abt 50F.....
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Around 68-70 in the winter... tis cold in Canada :P

My husband's grandparents have theirs set to like 80 and I feel like I'm gonna die when we go visit haha.
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That would be a bit cold for me We set ours at 21 when we are home during the day and 17 when we are out or overnight.
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Ooo 15 is so cold! I would need a blanket and slippers constantly at your house :-s. Our house is 21 during the day and 17 at night just like Joanne & Asia
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We have several zones, and it is 68 in an occupied zone, and 55-60 in unoccupied. Once I had my own house, I realized that I could tell just by walking into a room, if someone had raised the thermostat to 69.

My inlaws keep their house on a setting high enough to fire pottery on the kitchen table it seems!
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My house is 60 during daytime (unless my kids are home the whole day, then it is 63, with me in a t shirt...), and 45 at night. I sleep with the window open, always.
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I'm very cold natured so when I'm down in the man/dog cave at night I usually have it on 72(we live on the coast & I hate the winter cold)My wife likes it 65 & lower at bedtime which I can live with with enough blankets.I also so have a bad back so if I get too cold I pay dearly
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74 F all day and night. With the ceiling fans on clockwise in the winter counter clockwise in the summer.
I'm one of those that is perpetually cold.
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We keep it 67 in the daytime and 64 at night. We are opposites (I like it cool and Hubby likes it warm), so occasionally one of us slows down while passing the thermostat and bumps it one degree either way.
We've had a terrible time with low humidity in the house this winter. Somehow it dropped to 20% and the vet attributed our pets sneezing to it. We're up to 40% and there's no more sneezing.
$65.00 for vet bill, $90.00 for a humidifier, no sneezing pet...priceless!
Anyone else having this problem.
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