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Old 12-08-2009, 01:57 PM   #1
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Default Winter time! What temperature do you keep your home?

We keep ours at 68F. In the morning just before the kids are awake i turn the temp up to 72-73, and then back down after they are dressed. After that point it stays at 68F and comes on as needed.


Is 68F to luxurious? I have heard of people living in 60-65.

Our average Gas/Electric bill is $237.00

What about you?
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Last night it hit 16F. Tonight it's supposed to be eleven. We have one medium-sized space heater that runs like a scalded dog, since our crappy old wall heaters don't modulate. (They picked an awesome time to go shitty. )

I'm wearing two pairs of socks, insulated slippers, long johns, flannel pajama pants, Carhartt double-thick work pants, two long john shirts, and a polar fleece...inside the house.
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At night, while sleeping I believe we have it set to 65. Daytime, it fluctuates between 68-70 depending on how cold it is and what our tolerance level is on that day. Normally, I'd say 70 is more the average because we have an enormous window at the front of our apartment which is rather drafty. Ghosty put plastic sheeting on it last winter, seemed to help somewhat, but not completely. We also have a large staircase leading from the outside front vestibule up to our place - and our downstairs neighbor (a business) always leaves it open - again, not great for us.


We have NO windows on the sides - it's a railroad apartment so barely any sunlight comes in to warm it up. Plus, high ceilings to boot with skylight (that do no use at all).

My gas/electric bill is astronomical. The highest was around $275. For a 1 bedroom apartment. Could you faint? You can see we're being rather conservative so it has to be all the cold air/warm air leaking and it isn't easy to heat up/cool down all the dead space in the ceilings.

I have a house on the market, which is taking forever to sell although just got an offer a couple of days ago and counter offer is in the works, so hopefull there is an end to living in *this* apartment. I paid this much in my 2500 square foot house for the same bills!
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well its about 40 outside and i haven't turned on the heat yet. its about 65 inside. this weekend its supposed to go down to 30 though and I think I won't be able to hold out anymore on turning on the heat. nonetheless i like it cold when I sleep and doubt i will heat above 65
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At night, while sleeping I believe we have it set to 65. Daytime, it fluctuates between 68-70 depending on how cold it is and what our tolerance level is on that day. Normally, I'd say 70 is more the average because we have an enormous window at the front of our apartment which is rather drafty. Ghosty put plastic sheeting on it last winter, seemed to help somewhat, but not completely. We also have a large staircase leading from the outside front vestibule up to our place - and our downstairs neighbor (a business) always leaves it open - again, not great for us.


We have NO windows on the sides - it's a railroad apartment so barely any sunlight comes in to warm it up. Plus, high ceilings to boot with skylight (that do no use at all).

My gas/electric bill is astronomical. The highest was around $275. For a 1 bedroom apartment. Could you faint? You can see we're being rather conservative so it has to be all the cold air/warm air leaking and it isn't easy to heat up/cool down all the dead space in the ceilings.

I have a house on the market, which is taking forever to sell although just got an offer a couple of days ago and counter offer is in the works, so hopefull there is an end to living in *this* apartment. I paid this much in my 2500 square foot house for the same bills!

i have a one bedroom as well and my electric can get to over 200 but only in the summer because I am a freak for ac. everything i have is electric and there is no gas so electric is the only bill (besides vonage, cable, water, etc)
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We've set it to 60. I wear a sweater.
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I use a wood burning stove. $200 U.S. per year gets me the annual supply of firewood I need for an 80 degree home. I use a gas heated forced air system for short bursts of heat in the morning. My gas and electric never crosses $120 a month. Usually about $80 to $90 in the summer. 1200SqFt home. (^_^)y
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I set it for 63 at night and when I'm going at work. In the morning for getting ready for work it goes up to 68 and for about three hours in the evening it goes to 70. I'm lucky to have relatively inexpensive electricity here and probably average around $175/mo during the winter. Oh, and it was 6 degrees F outside when I checked the thermometer a couple of hours ago. It's up to about 16, now.
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Today: Snow. High near 8. Wind chill values between -8 and -16. Northeast wind between 13 and 15 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. Total daytime snow accumulation of 3 to 5 inches possible.

Tonight: A 50 percent chance of snow before midnight. Mostly cloudy, with a low around -13. Wind chill values between -24 and -33. North wind between 13 and 16 mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph.
Since the wind is from the northeast today, we're keeping it at 70 degrees. If it turns south we'll raise it to 72-75, if it turns north, we'll keep it at 72. West is 70. The house is old, and we've tried to fix all the gaps we can find, but drafts happen and there's an age range of 4 yrs to 62 years in the house.
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I set my therm to 59 at night and 68 when I m at home..

Wed to be in the teens
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I live in South FL most of the time I have my AC on... too hot outside.

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+/- 68. We have a little electric heater we can plug in under the computer table if it gets really frosty out, because the old house has some drafts. But mostly we have sweaters, shawls, blankets, and etc to make the difference.

Have a 'budget plan" with a local gas company- kimlin propane- I know the guy who owns it and he's wonderful. Pay $200/ month year round, that covers heat, hot water, and cooking, not to mention the fact that he'll come out in an emergency.

Would love to install a woodstove in the new passive-solar radiant heat addition, but the budget isn't looking so good right now.

Here's the company I find interesting:

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And Florida people are ALWAYS obnoxious about the weather in wintertime- when I was working at Partsearch every single Floridian had to brag about their warm day or their garden. It got to the point where I just said, "yeah, but I'm going skiing tomorrow, and in July, I won't have to run my AC."

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And Florida people are ALWAYS obnoxious about the weather in wintertime- when I was working at Partsearch every single Floridian had to brag about their warm day or their garden. It got to the point where I just said, "yeah, but I'm going skiing tomorrow, and in July, I won't have to run my AC."

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64.

Often 63 at night, sometimes 65 in the day for an hour or so if it seems particularly chilly.

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68-70. Record cold here this year

Its 1 in the afternoon and its 26 outside. I love fall, but we barely got one this year. Summer started early last year, so I think fall and spring are becoming obsolete here. Sad really
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i have a one bedroom as well and my electric can get to over 200 but only in the summer because I am a freak for ac. everything i have is electric and there is no gas so electric is the only bill (besides vonage, cable, water, etc)
A/C is way more important than heat! When I lived in Florida (a mere 3 years) In the summers, I used to run from the air conditioned car, to the air conditioned office, to the air conditioned car, to the air conditioned house. Rinse and repeat.
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68-70. Record cold here this year

Its 1 in the afternoon and its 26 outside. I love fall, but we barely got one this year. Summer started early last year, so I think fall and spring are becoming obsolete here. Sad really
Totally.

It went from shitty hot to freezing ass cold it seems. We're topped out at 27 degrees. (-2.7C for yous metrics. )

Everyone else gets global warming, we get Alaska cold.
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I use a 3 zone electronic thermostat.

6:00AM to 8:00 AM 70 degrees
8:00AM to 4:00 PM 62 degrees
4:00PM to 9:00 PM 70 degrees.
9:00PM to 6:00 AM 62 degrees.

That's central gas heat, around 1500 sq ft house. Gas bill runs about 120 a month during the winter.
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Our home is a 3 bedroom, 2000 square feet, gas/electric. We are on a budget pay program which has us at $237.00/mo payment for gas and electric.

I find that high a bill extremely distressing. I cannot imagine keeping the house any colder with kids. I hate being bundled up the house.

The home is a tri-level with a family room where the T.V., computers, etc. are located, so i run a space heater in the family room and it keeps it really snug in there while the rest of the house drops to 68. It is 34F outside right now and we are expecting a snow storm.
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I'm in a radiator heated building, and the bill is embedded in the rent, which is great!

They turn it down during the day, which can get quite cold for lil at home all day me, but w/enough blankies and sweaters and such I'm ok most of the time.

My living room wall, the long one is on a lil diagonal, so the winter wind from the NorthWest hits it square on, which can be brutal at times. I'd bet they're aiming for 60 in the day or a little above and maybe 5 degrees warmer in the wake up and get home from work times.
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If you have electric heat and turn your thermostat down more than 3 degrees at a time then you aren't saving any money unless your home has superb insulation. It will take more electricity to heat the home the home back up from a low setting like 62 to 70 as opposed to maintaining it at 67 and then popping it to 70 in the evening.

For the record I have a heat pump, 1200 sft of a poorly insulated house from 1955 and my electricity bills run me $125 - 140 in the winter. (I always forget to turn my thermostat down so that's with maintaining that temp throughout the day. )
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Basically an electric heating and air conditioning unit. It has a unit outside that draws air in, pulls it over electric coils in the attic to heat it up and disperses it throughout the house, in the summer time does the same thing but opposite. (It's a really ideal thing in mild climates like where I live, if it gets below a certain freezing temperature it forces electric heat strips to come on and that can be expensive but it rarely gets that cold here)
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Bri, had one of these:

http://www.google.com/products/catal...407&sa=image#p

[but it was a 3-plaque unit]

hooked up to the barbecue tanks in the winter [small hole for the hose to go through an exterior wall in the basement and an interior wall in the livingroom] when the kids were small- heated the entire downstairs of the house for quite a while on one tank, which we'd take to the Agway to be recharged as needed [had two tanks, actually, so when we swapped them out, I'd make the run].

Lovely cozy heat without raising the bills through the roof- kept the heat low in the upstairs and made up their beds with big thick quilts and blankets.
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I've got a 50 gallon drum full of oily rags in the basement. I light it on fire in the Fall and let it burn out in the spring. The only problem is keeping the homeless guys out of my basement.

Actually, I'm stuck with wall units in my crappy duplex. They don't have a temperature setting, but I keep the heat at "barely tolerable" and just wear wool socks and slippers and sweatshirts. I wish I could keep it warmer, but the electric bills would eat me alive. The insulation in this place is terrible.

It was 11 degrees this morning according to my thermometer. 11 and windy, so who knows what the wind chill added to that.
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yeah, we got ours a few days ago. About four inches... of course it's all slush now what with the backhoe and the boots tromping through the yard and the burn pile.
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It never snows here, one hour west and I can make all the snow angels I want. At best we will get one or two icy road days and the whole city shuts down because panic over it.
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Same here, we rarely get snow. After living in Tahoe for 4 yrs, I laugh at the teensy bit we do sometimes get. The whole city shuts down here too. Its silly
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70 when we are home. 62 when we are not. 60 when sleeping.



Snow storm now, but not enough for a snow day.
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