So, what’s a useful temperature inside in winter?
We’ve spent a couple of decades without central heating – log fires. And years before that were spent in the Russian system where you don’t get to choose, Comrade.
Now we’ve got central heating. Air pump summat thingie and pipes under the floor with heat conducting liquid in them. We’re about to gain a thermostat as well. The Portugee seem to like very warm houses and we’re going to gain a control system other than the on off switch.
OK, so what temperature to set it at? Looking around peeps seem to think a UK house should be 21 oC. That’s when asking peeps. Energy Saving Trust type people seem to think 18. And I have to admit to finding many UK houses too hot. But I wouldn’t trust EST types to worm the dog let alone tell me the correct temperature.
So, what do folks think is right? Martin, I know, I know. So, folks other than Martin perhaps.
I’m used to, happy with the idea of, winter being when you wear a woollie as well as a shirt. But no one wants to freeze getting out of the shower either.