Forgive me if this is a dumb question. My primary heat source for my small house is an electric mini-split heat pump. When I am operating my wood stove (sometimes all day, sometimes for just several hours), I typically just turn down the thermostat on my heat pump (to about 60 F) so that it's kind of idling while the wood stove is cranking out heat. My thought being the heat pump will be ready to heat the house in the middle of the night when the wood fire dies down. But am I wasting electricity by keeping the heat pump on? Should I just turn it fully off?