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21 hours ago, reef said:

Down to 20.9C and 62% humidity now. but today is rather horrible outside.

This house is well insulated, great for winter but not so good in hot spells.

Wish I lived in your house, was only about 19C at the same time.

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6 hours ago, East Lancs Rain said:

Wish I lived in your house, was only about 19C at the same time.

Even in our warm house, a day of the temperature outside being around 12C with a constant 20-30mph northerly wind blowing at it saw the indoor temperature drop to 18.1C this evening. At that point my other half broke and put the heating on. Its probably the earliest its ever gone on.

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On 29/08/2020 at 21:13, reef said:

Even in our warm house, a day of the temperature outside being around 12C with a constant 20-30mph northerly wind blowing at it saw the indoor temperature drop to 18.1C this evening. At that point my other half broke and put the heating on. Its probably the earliest its ever gone on.

We’ve had to put the heating on in early September many times before, and a few times in summer as well. Even had to put in on in July this year which was a first for us! 😮

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On 30/08/2020 at 10:38, CongletonHeat said:

14.5c/70%

That must be freezing. 🥶 Does your house have insulation? 

 

Currently 19.1°C in the bedroom with 60% humidity.

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