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    Heat

    Couldn't do it any longer. House was at 63 degrees. Had to turn it on.

    Anyone else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clamato View Post
    Couldn't do it any longer. House was at 63 degrees. Had to turn it on.

    Anyone else?
    Had the furnace on for a bit this week, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clamato View Post
    Couldn't do it any longer. House was at 63 degrees. Had to turn it on.

    Anyone else?
    Our house is only down to 69.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clamato View Post
    Couldn't do it any longer. House was at 63 degrees. Had to turn it on.
    Anyone else?
    The windows in my bedroom are still cracked open.
    What temp is your thermostat?

    Do you walk around the house in just a thong at night?

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    Finally kicked it on for two days. House was in low 60's in the middle of the day. Turned it off again this morning.

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    No heat yet. Recent colder weather finally knocked our house temp down to the kids' preferred AC setting.

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    When Mrs. Perplexed and were first married, we lived in a 266 year old house in the UK. Describing our house as drafty would be an understatement... Combine that with the lack of a thermostat and natural gas prices somewhere close to astronomical, meant we didn't use the heat much more than turning it on for an hour or so in the morning to take the chill off. We had blankets on every chair/couch and a small space heater we'd carry from room to room. So I guess she got used to living in a giant walk in freezer and never changed. I'm pretty sure the heat will go on before Thanksgiving.

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    Haven't even thought about the heat. Still have bedroom windows open at night!

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