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What temperature do you keep your thermostat at?

Asked by Frenchfry (7579points) August 26th, 2010

My husband and I can’t agree. I like it colder. He is happy it being warm. He has no fat on him though. I am not fat , fat but I can squeeze a inch. LOL.

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wgallios's avatar

83 degrees when I’m not there, and 81 when I am, and I live in Vegas. Lower than that and my power bill will sky rocket in the summer.

ANef_is_Enuf's avatar

68 degrees in the winter and turned off in the summer.

shelley's avatar

To be ergonomically correct, 73.5 degrees is the temperature which should be set in an office environment so I would suggest this should work for the home also as its a neutral temperature… then he could wear a jumper and you could wear a summer dress to satisfy you both, plus I’m sure your hubby would be delighted to see a bit of leg :)

lucillelucillelucille's avatar

Funny,I never bother with it! I just add or remove clothes as needed XD

hug_of_war's avatar

Well our air conditioning only works downstairs now, and it’s 75. Unfortunately I spend 75% of the time in my 2nd story bedroom where I am constantly swimming in my own sweat.

muppetish's avatar

If it’s on, we keep it between 67-and 74. Depends on how hot it is at the time. We never leave it going for more than a couple hours. It’s morning and the weather is boiling already. Ugh.

Tuesdays_Child's avatar

76 degrees in the summer and 67 degrees in the winter

Austinlad's avatar

Around 80 during the day when I’m not home (we’ve had a non-stop triple digit summer) and around 72 at night.

DominicX's avatar

It’s about 68 in the winter and 74 in the summer, from what I know.

Hawkeye's avatar

In winter we have the fire burning and in summer we open all windows. I think 21 degrees is fine. That’s in Celsius

Aster's avatar

75 in daytime; a little lower at night but I’d like it MUCH lower at night. )-:

LuckyGuy's avatar

64 in the winter, and “off” in the summer.
56 at night.

BratLady's avatar

Mine is on 74 and I still have a fan on to help me sleep. Power bill still ridiculous.
Winter is usually off because I use the fireplace a lot.

Frenchfry's avatar

@BratLady Hey! girl! My bill usually runs $138. I have seen it up to $185. But that was when I had company for two weeks.

ragingloli's avatar

I do not have one. And my heater is always off, except in deep winter, when I turn it to a cozy 25 to 30 degrees.

ratboy's avatar

68 in the summer and 78 in the winter.

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