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What temperature is it in your house?

Asked by Aesthetic_Mess (7892points) October 6th, 2010

Not outside but in your house.
It’s 64 degrees in my house, and going down

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poisonedantidote's avatar

About 22 in the rooms that have air conditioning, and about 30 in the ones that dont.

Your_Majesty's avatar

80F. Would be lower in rainy season or at night.

marinelife's avatar

Around 75 degrees with no heat on and a window in the bedroom open a little.

Seek's avatar

I honestly have no idea, as my thermostat has been broken for a long time. But for the first time all year, it’s colder outside than in. And according to the local weather channel, it’s about 67 outside right now. I actually had to put clothes on my son to walk the dog outside! Yay!

Aesthetic_Mess's avatar

@Seek_Kolinahr Do you not usually put clothes on your son to walk the dog???

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

64 degrees fahrenheit or just below 18.5 centigrade.

Seek's avatar

@Aesthetic_Mess – He’s two, and in the “I wanna be naked!” phase. I’m lucky if he keeps on a diaper and a pair of shorts. By “clothes”, I mean he had a shirt, pants, socks, and shoes on. This doesn’t happen often. ^_^

Jude's avatar

67 (That’s where I’ve had it this past week). I don’t like it when it’s too warm.

tedibear's avatar

Typically between 66F and 78F. We have a thermostat that is on a timer so that it is at the correct temperature whether we’re home, at work, in bed or up and around. The only thing I don’t like is that we keep it at 78F when we’re not home in the warm months. That’s fine except that it makes any fruit that’s on the counter spoil very quickly.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@mama_cakes I was thinking Canada was metric?

free_fallin's avatar

It’s 60F currently. Which is colder than I like it to be but I refuse to turn on the heat yet.

Aesthetic_Mess's avatar

@free_fallin I know, so does my family, so i can’t turn it on

Jude's avatar

@Adirondackwannabe It is. I just did the conversion for y’all. :)

cookieman's avatar

Mine’s about 62ºF with no heat on.

I usually keep it around 66ºF using either heat or air conditioning (depending on time of year). We’re now in the period where I run neither (until about November 1st – then the heat goes on).

Jude's avatar

Temperature outdoors: 14°C. It’s a beautiful, sunny day!

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

@mama_cakes Canadians do have more class and consideration than Americans.

Cruiser's avatar

It’s always warmer than it needs to be in the winter and colder than it should be in the summer.

erichw1504's avatar

72F, we usually keep it between 71 and 75.

syz's avatar

62. I don’t turn on the heat until I absolutely have to.

MissAusten's avatar

It’s 72 degrees (F) in our house right now. The heat is not on, although I did turn it on the other day when it was 62 in the house. That’s a bit too chilly for me! We keep the thermostat set at 67 degrees in the winter for the main part of the house, and more like 63 for the bedrooms. All of us like it a little cooler for sleeping, plus we don’t spend a lot of time in our rooms during the day so there’s no point in keeping them toasty warm.

At night sometimes it feels chilly during the winter, but that’s what big fuzzy bathrobes are for!

Aster's avatar

75 and the heat certainly hasn’t come on yet ! The a/c will come on later today.

tinyfaery's avatar

It’s a rainy day in L.A. today so my house, sans air and heater, is currently 69F.

YARNLADY's avatar

According to my thermostat, it’s 72 inside and out, but there’s supposedly a storm on the way, so it will get colder outside. We keep the temp around the middle 70’s in the house, but I haven’t turned on my furnace yet this year, so it will get colder inside too.

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