Do You Set the Thermostat On the Same Setting All Year Long?

Recently, I was sitting near the control units in our church, but normally, I cannot see them all from where I sit.

I was surprised to see a note pinned up right near the control unit.

It said “Summer control component setting: 66; Winter control component setting: 66.” It reminded myself when I was teaching in a private school. One of the teachers showed up to school with no blazer even though it was quite chilly outside. She then declared that she never knew when it was cold or warm because her lake house thermostat was constantly set on the same temperature. In her world, it was constantly 70 degrees. At the time, I thought that was crazy, but that seems to be ever more popular in this age. It is even happening at the church. Only it is 66 instead of 70 on the control unit. I am wondering to myself if it is great to set the Heating in addition to the Air Conditioning at the same temperature all year long. I think it does make sense, but I do not set my air conditioning or my furnace the same. I think it is much more lavish to run the Heating or the Air Conditioning if you set the furnace to make it too warm or the air conditioning to make it too cold. I set my warm season temperature to 70 as well as my Winter control component to 68. That is a difference of 4 degrees. 70 in the Winter would be just too much heat that would dry out everything in the house, including my skin… Plus, it would be much more pricey to heat the house those 4 extra degrees. What do you think?
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Is it Good to Set the Temperature On the Same Setting All Year Long?

Recently, I was near the temperature controls in the temple.

Normally, I cannot actually see them all that well from where I sit so I was surprised to see a note pinned up right near the temperature control! It said “Summer temperature control setting: 72, then wintertide temperature control setting: 72.” It reminded myself of when I was in high school: one of the dumb kids showed up to school with no sweater even though it was quite cold outside.

She then declared that she never knew when it was cold or tepid because her apartment temperature control was consistently set on the same temperature. In her place, it was consistently 78 degrees. At the time, I thought that was crazy, but it seems to be even more typical now. It is even happening at the temple, only it is 72 instead of 78 on the temperature control. I am wondering to myself if it is smart to set the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning at the same temperature all year long. I assume it actually does make sense, however I do not set my a/coe my gas furnace the same. I think it is overpriced to run the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning if you set the gas furnace to make it too tepid or the a/c to make it too cold. I set my Summer temperature control to 78 in addition to my Winter temperature control to 72, that’s a difference of 6 degrees. I appreciate that 78 in the Winter would be just too much heat, drying out my skin… Besides, it would be much more overpriced to heat the apartment those 6 extra degrees. Does it make sense to set the temperature control on the same setting all year long do you think?

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Is it Good to Set the Temperature On the Same Setting All Year?

Recently, I was near the control units in the temple.

Normally, I cannot truly see it all that well from where I sit so I was surprised to see a note pinned up right near the control unit, that said “Summer control component setting: 69.

Wintertime control component setting: 69.” It reminded myself of when I was in school plus 1 of the kids showed up to school with no jacket even though it was quite cold outside… She then declared that she never knew when it was frigid or hot because her beach home thermostat was always set on the same temperature. In her world, it was always 71 degrees, at the time, I thought that was crazy, but that seems to be ever more common now a days. It is even happening at the temple, only it is 69 instead of 71 on the control unit. I am wondering to myself if it is wise to set the Heating in addition to Air Conditioning at the same temperature all year long. I suppose it truly does make sense, but I do not set my air conditioning or oil furnace the same. I suppose it is expensive to run the Heating and Air Conditioning if you set the oil furnace to make it too hot plus the air conditioning to make it too cold. I set my summer time control component to 71 plus my winter control component to 69; That’s a difference of 2 degrees. I don’t want 71 in the Winter time because it would be just too much drying heat. Plus, it would be much more expensive to heat the condo those 2 extra degrees. What do you think? Does it make sense to set the control component on the same setting for all seasons?

 

Is it Good to Set the Temperature On the Same Setting All Year?

Is it Good to Set the Thermostat On the Same Setting All Year Long?

Recently, I was near the thermostats in the church, but normally, I cannot particularly see them all that well from where I sit, and I was surprised to see a note pinned up right near the thermostat; It said “Summer thermostat setting: 74 and wintertide thermostat setting: 74.” It reminded me of when I was in high school and one of the rich women showed up to school with no overcoat even though it was quite cold outside.

  • She then declared that she never knew when it was freezing or sizzling because her home thermostat was always set on the same temperature.

In her world, it was always 70 degrees. At the time, I thought that was crazy, but that seems to be ever more regular in this day and age. It is even happening at the church, only it is 74 instead of 70 on the thermostat. I am wondering to myself if it is a superb system to set the Heating, Ventilation & A/C at the same temperature all year round. I know it particularly does make sense, but I do not set my air conditioning and heating system the same at home. I know it is much more overpriced to run the Heating, Ventilation & A/C if you set the heating system to make it too sizzling or the air conditioning to make it too cold. I set my Summer thermostat to 74 and my Wintertide thermostat to 70… That’s a difference of 4 degrees. I believe that 74 in the Wintertide would be just too much heating drying everything out in the house; Plus, it would be much more extravagant to heat the home those 4 extra degrees. What do you feel? Does it make sense to set the thermostat on the same setting year round?

 

 

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Is it Good to Set the Thermostat On the Same Setting All Year?

Recently, I was near the thermostats in the church.

Normally, I cannot really see them all that well from where I sit, and I was surprised to see a note pinned up right near the thermostat.

It said “Summer thermostat setting: 68. Winter thermostat setting: 68.” It reminded me of when I was in high school and one of the rich girls showed up to school with no jacket even though it was quite chilly outside. She then declared that she never knew when it was cold or hot because her house thermostat was always set on the same temperature. In her world, it was always 72 degrees. At the time, I thought that was crazy, but that seems to be ever more common in this day and age. It is even happening at the church, only it is 68 instead of 72 on the thermostat. I am wondering to myself if it is a good idea to set the HVAC at the same temperature all year long. I guess it really does make sense, but I do not set my a/c and heater the same. I believe it is much more costly to run the HVAC if you set the heater to make it too hot and the a/c to make it too cold. I set my summer thermostat to 75 and my winter thermostat to 68. That’s a difference of 7 degrees. I feel like 75 in the winter would be just too much heating drying everything out in the house, including my skin. PLus, it would be much more expensive to heat the house those 7 extra degrees. What do you think? Does it make sense to set the thermostat on the same setting all year long.

 

 

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Air Conditioning is Important

When I was a professor, we used to do exercises in values clarification – that is, about what is important to us and what should be important to us. In the early part of the school year, there was a question that asked the students to rank things that are most important to them. In the list were things such as family, friendship, career goals, education, and physical comfort… Almost without exception, the students rated physical comfort as the least important thing to them, however, they were often shocked to realize that it really wasn’t the truth. They just wanted it to be true because it seemed like the right answer. The way I got them to realize this was by deliberately turning off the air conditioning in my classroom. When they complained about the heat, I told them the air conditioning was broken but that the principal had promised to get it repaired asap. Then, when the other classrooms were not without air conditioning, I explained how it was only the thermostat that controlled my classroom that had issues. Then, I kept telling them that the parts the supplier needed were on backorder, and as soon as they arrived, the heating and cooling repair people would be there to fix the air conditioning. It would often be over 85 degrees in my room! Some youngsters would even refuse to come to my period! After about 1o days of listening to all the people complain about the lack of air conditioning, I gave them back their ranked lists. It was then that they realized what I had been doing and also how they had been fooling themselves into thinking that their physical comfort was not at the top of their priorities. The cooling system is a teaching tool I will use again

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Without Air Conditioning Life is Trying

When I was an instructor, we did exercises in values clarification – a.k.a.

self-discovery about what is important to us as well as what should be important to us.

In the early part of the lesson, there was a question that asked the students to rank things that are most important to them. In the list were things such as family, friendship, honesty, as well as physical comfort, but almost without exception, the students rated physical comfort as the least important item. They were often shocked to realize that it wasn’t true and that they just wanted it to be true because it seemed better. The way I got them to realize this was by deliberately turning off the air conditioning in our classroom. When they complained about the heat, I told them the air conditioning was broken. Then, when the other classrooms were not without air conditioning, I explained how it was only the thermostat that controlled our classroom that was broke. Then, I kept telling them that the parts the A/C company needed were on backorder and that as soon as they arrived, the cooling technician would be there to maintain the air conditioning. It would often be over 83 degrees in our room; Some kids would even refuse to come to school! After about a month of listening to everyone complain about the lack of air conditioning, I gave them back their ranked lists back. It was then that they realized what I had been doing but also how they had been fooling themselves into thinking that their physical comfort was not at the top of their priorities. My cooling system was a great teaching tool!

 

furnace/heater installation

Without Air Conditioning Life is Difficult

When I was a, educator, we used to do exercises in values clarification.

That is self-discovery about what is important to us as well as what should be important to us.

However in the early part of the semester, there was a question that asked the students to rank things that are most important to them. In the list were things such as friendship, honesty, education, as well as physical comfort. Almost without exception, the students rated physical comfort as the least important item! However, they were often shocked to realize that it was very important… They just wanted it to be true because it seemed better. The way I got them to realize this was by deliberately turning off the air conditioning in the classroom… When they complained about the heat, I told them the cooling system was broken but that the principal had promised to get it repaired as soon as possible. Then, when the other classrooms were not without cooling system, I explained how it was only the thermostat that controlled our classroom that was broken. Then, I kept telling them that the A/C supplier needed were on backorder, but as soon as they arrived, the cooling serviceman would be there to repair the cooling system. It would often be over 81 degrees in our room! Some kids would even refuse to come to class! After listening to most people complain about the lack of air conditioning, I gave them back their ranked lists. It was then that they realized what I had been doing as well as also how they had been fooling themselves thinking that their physical comfort was not at the top of their priorities. Air conditioning system was a great teaching tool!

 

 

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Without Air Conditioning Life is Hard

When I was a teacher, there was a press to do exercises in values clarification – that is, self-discovery about what is important to us plus what should be important to us… There was a question that asked the students to rank things that are most important to them.

In the list were things such as family, friendship, education, plus physical comfort! Almost without exception, the students would rate physical comfort as the least important item… However, they were often shocked to realize that this absolutely wasn’t true… They just wanted it to be true because it seemed better.

The way I got them to realize this was by deliberately turning off the air conditioner in the classroom! When they complained about the heat, I told them the air conditioning system was broken but the principal had promised to get it repaired as soon as she could. Then, they noticed that the other classrooms were not without air conditioning system and I explained how it was only the thermostat that controlled my classroom. Then, I kept telling them that the parts the Heating, Ventilation & A/C company needed were on backorder, but as soon as they arrived, the cooling specialists would be there to correct the air conditioning system. It would often be over 80 degrees in my room, however some kids would refuse to come to my class! After about a week of listening to everyone complain about the lack of a/c, I gave them back their ranked lists. It was then that they realized what I had been doing plus also how they had been fooling themselves thinking that their physical comfort was not at the top of their priorities list. The air conditioning system was a good teaching tool!

 

 

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Without Air Conditioning Life is Strained

When I was a teacher, we used to do exercises in values clarification – that is, self-discovery about what is important to us and what should be important to us.

In the early part of the unit, there was a question that asked the students to rank things that are most important to them.

In the list were things such as family, friendship, honesty, education, and physical comfort. Almost without exception, the students rated physical comfort as the least important item. However, they were often shocked to realize that it really wasn’t true. They just wanted it to be true because it seemed better. The way I got them to realize this was by deliberately turning off the air conditioning in the classroom. When they complained about the heat, I told them the a/c was broken but the principal had promised to get it repaired as soon as possible. Then, when the other classrooms were not without a/c, I explained how it was only the thermostat that controlled my classroom. Then, I kept telling them that the parts the HVAC company needed were on backorder, but as soon as they arrived, the heating and cooling technicians would be there to fix the a/c. It would often be over 90 degrees in my room. Some kids would even refuse to come to my class! After about a week and a half of listening to everyone complain about the lack of air conditioning, I gave them back their ranked lists. It was then that they realized what I had been doing and also how they had been fooling themselves thinking that their physical comfort was not at the top of their priorities. A/C was a great teaching tool!

 

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