You are absolutely correct....
I should have mentioned setting the whole house FAU to a low temp &
then space heating to comfort level.
I also agree with your calculation of gas vs electric....but the calc
changes if the gas is propane.
You could save even more by not heating the bedroom at all. Back in
the day prior to central heat only
the rich had fireplaces in the bedrooms - everybody else did with
cold rooms and lots of covers. I grew up that way and still prefer a
cold to a warm room for sleeping
My grandparents lived in a coal community, houses built by the coal
company. Fireplace in every room except kitchen had coal stove. There were
four rooms and outhouse. Bathing was one in the kitchen. At some point
large coal furnace was installed, perhaps from the get go.
On Wed, 28 Nov 2012 12:44:43 -0500, email@example.com wrote:
They need to talk to Mike Alsup, Floyd Sneed, Danny Hutton,
ChuckNedon, Cory Wells, Jimmy Greenspoon, and/or Joe Schmerle.
The term came from the Aussie Aborignals who would sleep in a hole
with a dingo on cool nights, 2 on cold nights, and 3 on REALLY cold
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