Do you adjust your thermometer during the day and night depending on occupancy? I'm trying to garner some ideas on the subject. Currently we set our quad at 73 during the times we are there and 70 at night and at work. The temperature changes occur with an hour of overlap so the house is warmed up before we get in from work. I can't quite decide if this is an economical way to run my stove. On colder days, the stove is working near capacity heating up the house in the morning before we wake up. So I have been thinking maybe I should let it be at a single temp. As a side note, I run my stove on auto with 2 degree delta. At the set point of 73 the house is generally 70, as the stove steps down the heat closer it is to its set point.