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Posted By Joe and Kelly Tomeno,
Feb 20, 2013 at 9:05 PM
Stove room is 70-76 depending on where the wife's internal thermostat is set at the time!
Hehe, Funny how one day 72ºF is too warm and the next its too cold!
This is actually too warm, but what I woke up to this morning. Believe it or not even the boss was too warm.
I keep the stove on it's lowest setting, it keeps my stove room a nice toasty 60 degrees, the same as the rest of the house.
I'm betting if you put a thermostat at floor level and then move it to 6 foot elevation there'd be a huge difference in temp swing.
I know there is a drastic temp diff in my house - where cold air DOES rise in my 143 year old home (well half of it is that old) up through the old wood floor.
Living Rm w/pellet stove = 71F
Kitchen in between (no stove) = 72.5F
Sun Rm / Dining Rm w/wood stove = 75F
77-81 in stoveroom. 73 everywhere else on 1st floor. 64-68 second floor
Programmable thermostat 68/75 degrees at different times
Stove living room 74. Stove family room 72-74 for wife. Upstairs 66-68. I'd keep it colder but baby needs a little heat.
Duct work puts the heat upstairs where I want it.
Stove room is 72-73 pretty warm at times, the rest of the place is 68ish.