What's the temp inside YOUR home?

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  1. WoodBurningDan

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    So what is it?

    I'm running 73-75 inside and it's 42 outside. Fahrenheit.
     
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    House was at 66 earlier, so I started a fire. It's now 71, and about 45 outside. Going down to 37 according to the forecast.
     
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    Same as it was in your same thread yesterday. :coolsmirk:

    Is this gonna be a daily thing?
     
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    78 inside, 22 outside, blizzard with 40 mph winds and 3 foot drifts last night. still windy and looking at 15 tonight. It'll still be 75+ in the house. 3 and 4 year old like to run around in just shirts and shorts so I keep it WARM.
     
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    75-80 in the stove room. 60ish in the bedroom.

    Keeps the home fires burnin'.
     
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    Basement: 75

    First floor: 71

    Second floor: 67

    Garage:60

    Above garage: 64

    It has been pretty warm here the last few days. Have a good one.
     
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    80 with the front door open, the wife got a bit carried away tonight.
    18 outside.
     
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    Carried away?!? BS! It is as it should be! :lol:

    I only wear shorts in the winter.

    pen
     
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    80 is pretty routine here.
     
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    My wife is from the Philippines so she likes it hot.
    I was born and raised in Wyoming and like it about 65.
    I hear ya on the shorts.
     
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    Right now the gas heat is on... 68 (set to 65 for overnight). Wife thinks its freezing.

    When the stove is going I aim for 73-75 in the stove room. That keeps the bedrooms close to 70.
     
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    I'm with Pen shorts are for winter.75 now 75 until I shut the cb down.
     
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    74 inside -21 outside
     
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    72 in the living room and upstairs, the Kitchen is 65 or so. The stove is only fartin on heat setting 1 for overnight!
     
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    863 F here on Venus.
     
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    Uranus....49°K....
    Very gasey there....
     
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    Ha Ha Ha..... "That's a good one"
     
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    I generally run 68-72 degrees in the dining room/kitchen and hall . . . a bit cooler in the master bedroom . . . a bit warmer in the living room where the stove is located. Perfect temp for me . . . in the morning the temps are usually a bit cooler . . . no lower than 60 degrees since that's when the oil boiler kicks on . . . but this in itself is a rare event . . . I detest the sound of the oil boiler . . . mostly I just hear that sound and see dollar bills burning up.
     
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    Less worried about the gas, more worried about the Klingons.
     
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    Been a long while since the wood eater was fired up and took some getting used too again. First it soared to 84ºF but settled to 74ºF for the rest of the week.

    Now that power is restored, I'll be steady rocking at 72ºF with the pellet eater again. It was fun burning wood again, But glad to have a stat to keep things steady for me.
     
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