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Heatpump is set at 66-67 day and I typically wear a sweater or vest, down to 62 at night. But when it gets down below 40 I fire up the wood stove and since wood is free I heat it to 70-72.
In Summer open windows unless it is very humid and over 80 then AC to 76.

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Typically at 68 in the winter




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68-69 in the Winter.


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67* in the winter. 72-74* in the summer.
 
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Looking at these temps makes me feel like I'm crazy. My thermostat is set at 58 in the winter. I'll be in the house with shorts and a tshirt and blanket if I'm on the couch.

The bedroom is a different story. I keep the thermostat in there at 45. I sleep like a baby in the cold.
 
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65 at bedtime until late afternoon when we return from work. Then it goes up to 68 for a few hours.


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Looking at these temps makes me feel like I'm crazy. My thermostat is set at 58 in the winter. I'll be in the house with shorts and a tshirt and blanket if I'm on the couch.

The bedroom is a different story. I keep the thermostat in there at 45. I sleep like a baby in the cold.


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Ha Single and it's oil heat.
 
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66 all the time.
 
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My air conditioner is set at 75 degrees and it runs many nights. Shorts and tank top, my regular daily wear.
 
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I’m a wood burner, 75-78 is about right with me.
 
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Usually 65-66
 
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66 during the day when the wife isn't home. Jeans and short sleeved tshirt. 68 in the evening unless the wife feels cold.
 
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