Wednesday, January 28, 2009

How Warm Is Your House?

I am just curious. I hear that Josh and I like our houses to be really warm. Right now it is at about 72 degrees. In the summer we cool it down to about 80. I think it is great. So, what is normal for you?

7 comments:

Misty said...

Wow you do like your house warm. We are always freezing at 68 or 69, sometimes if we are really cold turn it up to 71- but our heating system is fairly ineffective and our gas bills are too HIGH! And in the summer we try to go cooler than 80-

Amber said...

Our house is usually at about 70 in the winter. In the summer, I have no idea. We don't need to control the temp, so I don't even look at it.

(I like 72, but it would roast Chris, so we stay at 70).

Alicia said...

We used to do 72 until this year. We keep it at 70. Our house doesn't keep in very well, and our gas bill is so expensive.

Claire said...

Man, you guys are roasting it out! We usually keep it around 62-65. This is how we look at it... if you are cold, put on a coat :)

Jana said...

Jeff and I have a silent battle about this...I don't want to have to use the heater (hello, we're in the Valley of the Sun!) but he gets cold at night and wants to put it at like 72. But that makes me too hot. I try to keep it at 68...
We're the same, about 80 in the summer. Maybe as we continue to acclimate we'll be able to go up to 81 or 82!!

Wyatt said...

I like it a bit cooler. I generally go for 69 during the day and 67 at night. If I am really cold every once in a while I will go as high as 71 but that is usually when it's way cold outside. In the summer I try for 75 but seriously I just get too hot and have to turn it down to 73. That is better than last year when I had it at 71 all summer...lol. I am slowly working up so I don't use the A/C so much.

62!! Claire you are crazy girl...how many layers do you have to put on your baby to keep her warm??

Lacey said...

ha ha...so that previous comment was me...not my hubby...obvioiusly I had no idea that I was signed in as Wyatt...oops