- July 23, 2008 at 8:54 pm #260403
before this I kept it at 71 and would bring down to 70. We have a programable Thermostat but I never knew how to work it..lol my ex husband was hvac tech and i wasnt allowed to touch it cause i like to feel the airflow. i dont like stagnet air…lol
my new system has a new thermostat and i can actually work it…yah!
At 09:54 PM 7/23/2008, you wrote:
>Wow I would freeze at 74!!! I live in the Dallas area and it is hot
>hot hot, i keep our ac at 83 during the day (I’m the only one home
>at that time – DH is very hot natured) and 76 at night. Do you have
>a programmable thermostat to raise the temp while you are not home,
>this has saved us a lot of money.
I, too, would freeze at 74.
In fact, I have the windows open right
now, with the outside temp of 77. Normally the AC does not come on
until the temp reaches near 90 if it’s just the cats and me, and if
it’s not too humid. I work in a hot environment and I’m used to the
For those that want to raise the thermostat, you don’t
have to do it all at once. Just go up a few degrees until your
family gets used to it, then a week or so later, add a few more
degrees. The same idea works when you lower it for winter
After all, nature usually does a gradual change, why
should we not use the same idea?
Ann in Arkansas
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