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What temperature do you keep your living room?

What's your ideal living room temperature in winter?  

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  1. 1. What's your ideal living room temperature in winter?

    • 17c or below
      3
    • 18c
      5
    • 19c
      4
    • 20c
      5
    • 21c
      3
    • 22c
      2
    • 23c
      2
    • 24c or above
      3


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Just curious really. 

 

Many of us have stoves and many of us have rather large amounts of firewood too. I like a warmer than average living room - I'm sat here in shorts and a t-shirt, but under a blanket. The living room is 23c and that's perfect for me.

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Wife fires the stove up to get to 23 degrees in the living room, I usually have it hovering around the 20 mark - I tend to go outside if it’s 23 to cool down!

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1 minute ago, Gav73 said:

Wife fires the stove up to get to 23 degrees in the living room, I usually have it hovering around the 20 mark - I tend to go outside if it’s 23 to cool down!

That’s too much. I can stomach it these days as I work from home, but when I was on the tools it was a killer coming home to that 

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I keep mine at around 17 because I don’t have an open fire anymore. It cost a fortune to heat my house, it’s old and just looses heat so fast. I’ve learnt to adjust to a cooler temp. Just wish I didn’t knock out my fireplace just so I can stick a cooker in its place. 

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Christ knows, bloody boiling all evening, then chilly in the morning unless somehow the wood burner has kept going and I throw a log on to watch breakfast tv.

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It's annoying. Mrs wants it to hot in the evening but then gets too hot at night so opens the bedroom window. So basically I sweat in the evening and freeze at night. Bitch. 

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20 minutes ago, Mick Dempsey said:

Christ knows, bloody boiling all evening, then chilly in the morning unless somehow the wood burner has kept going and I throw a log on to watch breakfast tv.

That’s about the sum of it here. 

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I dunno about the exact temperature but warmer than the Mrs prefers. 

 

Baths are a completely different story though, just above the boiling point of lava is her preference

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No idea, if cold throw more wood on, if hot strip off. Poss warmer than some, we have melted the log holder bar across the inside of the door into somewhat of a different shape🤣

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