Yeah. I’m under sure if I should start my stove this week. I know some people on here, doesn’t start their stoves till the temperature is down to 40 degreesThat's going to vary a lot with latitude and elevation. But here in the 'burbs north of Philly, I always have our first overnight fires in October. Last year, that happened as early as Oct.1, but some years it happens as late as Halloween.
It depends on your house, as well as consistency in the weather. Given the mass of our old stone house, one morning of 40F in an otherwise warm week isn't enough to have much impact on inside temperature through most of the house. But mornings at 40F in an otherwise cool week will have me sparking up, for at least an overnight burn each night.Yeah. I’m under sure if I should start my stove this week. I know some people on here, doesn’t start their stoves till the temperature is down to 40 degrees
Ditto. I'm relatively comfortable in anything between 45F and 85F, I just change my clothes to suit. But to my wife, anything over 76F is "roasting", and anything under 74F is "freezing". Her idea of "roughing it" is slow room service.
Depends on temps and humidity. Its odd cause during summer I want it 68-70 or im sweating and thats with the AC running so pulling humidity out of the air but in the winter I keep the same room at 72 - 75. If i get home and its 68 its cold and I run the stove.Then tell us when you usually get cold.