What Is the Best Thermostat Setting?

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The best thermostat setting depends on the weather, whether it be hot or cold or just fine. During hot or warm temperatures leave the thermostat at 78 degrees. When it is cold put the put the thermostat at 68 degrees.
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The best way to set a thermostat is to keep it programmed to turn down low when no one is home and at night when people are sleeping. Keeping the house comfortable around 68 degrees when people are home and lowering it to 62 or so when people are sleeping and now home is a good way to lower the heating bill as well.
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