Retron
22 November 2022 04:50:50

5¼ hours of heating yesterday, just to maintain 16.5C (aside from the time I was out of the house, when it fell to 15).

That'll have been expensive, but worth it to keep the mould at bay!

As alluded to earlier in the thread, wet and windy days cost far more than cold, sunny and calm days.

 

doctormog
23 November 2022 07:00:38
Currently 12.4°C inside (as I accidentally switched the app to “protect” mode overnight). Unsurprisingly the heat is on now.
Ulric
23 November 2022 08:10:07

Originally Posted by: Retron 

5¼ hours of heating yesterday, just to maintain 16.5C (aside from the time I was out of the house, when it fell to 15).

That'll have been expensive, but worth it to keep the mould at bay!

As alluded to earlier in the thread, wet and windy days cost far more than cold, sunny and calm days.

 

We are getting used to a more insulated home having had a new front door and cavity wall insulation fitted recently. We also had the hot water cylinder, thermostats and valves replaced and a boiler service carried out.

It is very noticeable that the indoor temperature does not fluctuate as much as it used to and is stable throughout the day. Our heating runs for a couple of hours in the morning and the same in the evening and that seems to be sufficient to keep the house comfortable inside. It is noticeable that the boiler runs much less than it used to when the heating is on.

I will be very interested to see what our gas usage is over the winter compared to last year.


ARTzeman
23 November 2022 11:16:28

21.6. Sun shines through the window.




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

ARTzeman
23 November 2022 14:18:29

Only 22.0c This afternoon. Sun comes and goes with the clouds

Heating on low. Salad for dinner so no heat used there.




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

DEW
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23 November 2022 20:44:28

Heavy duty rugs hung as draught excluders to a rather open plan living room having the desired effect; 21C with the aid of some sunshine in the living room, 17.5 C in the kitchen just across a small landing 


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ARTzeman
25 November 2022 10:40:05

Sun shines through the lounge widow.

Hallway and bedroom 21c. 

4.5c Inside Brick shed with no heating on. 




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

Gusty
25 November 2022 10:59:58

Late November update.

Thermostat set to 18c between 6am and 7pm, dropped back to 14c overnight.

At 6am the temperature sits around 16.5c to 16.7c most mornings, therefore it only needs about an hour to get the house up to 18c. Thereafter the radiators remain on with a gentle warmth from them.  Usage therefore remains relatively low.

I'm finding light breezes are key to maintaining overnight warmth. One morning earlier in the week with a strong and cool NW'ly wind blowing the starting temperature was a chilly 15.7c.


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ARTzeman
25 November 2022 15:51:56

23.0c. Heating is not on.




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

DEW
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25 November 2022 17:51:41

25.6 C at 1400; no heating on after 0830 at which time 19 C. Just shows what solar heating can do!


"Quick zephyrs blow, vexing daft Jim" - another weather pangram
ARTzeman
26 November 2022 10:01:21
21C.  Indoors with heating set to 21c.



Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

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