Hungry Tiger
Saturday, September 3, 2022 8:51:36 AM

Originally Posted by: Gusty 

The ambient temperature of the house settles back to around 22.5c to 23.5c downstairs in the mornings (as it has done since Mid July). 25-26's in heatwaves that settle back after 5 days.

I've worked out that this ambient inside temperature is approximately 3 to 4c warmer than the outside average temperature (July and August were 19.7 and 20.4 respectively).

Sub 19c is fairly uncomfortable for sitting still indoors meaning that outside average temperatures will need to fall sub 15c for that urge to click some heating on. By my reckoning that will be early October.

Light breezes and sunny days will prolong the internal warmth.

 

 

Same here Steve.

 


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Jiries
Saturday, September 3, 2022 10:42:52 AM

Originally Posted by: Hungry Tiger 

 

Same here Steve.

 

Lot of sunshine this morning so far and with low angle sun now shine more indoors than in June, all temperatures are respectable 23.5.

doctormog
Saturday, September 3, 2022 10:44:16 AM
Still a warm 21 to 22°C inside here with the windows open. Not unpleasant.
ARTzeman
Saturday, September 3, 2022 2:22:18 PM

The new extractor fan is on. A window is open. 23.5c. The reading on the thermostat provides the temperature.




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Retron
Saturday, September 3, 2022 2:51:49 PM

Another very warm day today, so no chance of it being particularly pleasant indoors.

23C downstairs, 27C upstairs (windows are open up there, they're firmly closed and curtains drawn downstairs... trapped some colder air this morning) and 25.6C outside.

ARTzeman
Wednesday, September 7, 2022 10:03:31 AM

21.5c Indoors. All doors are shut but the extractor fan is on as that is automatic.




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Jiries
Wednesday, September 7, 2022 11:57:03 AM

Originally Posted by: ARTzeman 

21.5c Indoors. All doors are shut but the extractor fan is on as that is automatic.

What that for the fan?  I only see them for bathrooms on some houses while pubs used to have them for smoke to go out.

ARTzeman
Thursday, September 8, 2022 11:37:12 AM

Originally Posted by: Jiries 

 

What that for the fan?  I only see them for bathrooms on some houses while pubs used to have them for smoke to go out.

The extractor fan has automatic sensors for steam or condensation.  It is a very modern small fan. Curo Housing is putting them in the kitchens whilst the kitchen is refurbished from top to bottom.  My kitchen refurbishment was completed this morning.

The temperature indoors today is 22.0c.




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Jiries
Thursday, September 8, 2022 1:33:06 PM

Originally Posted by: ARTzeman 

 

The extractor fan has automatic sensors for steam or condensation.  It is a very modern small fan. Curo Housing is putting them in the kitchens whilst the kitchen is refurbished from top to bottom.  My kitchen refurbishment was completed this morning.

The temperature indoors today is 22.0c.

Thanks for telling me, in my old house in Epsom we had one fitted on the top window in the kitchen due to old boiler we had get steamy every time the winds move to NE which blow the fumes back inside the house.  Now staying in Letchworth until 22nd Sept, I am sure it still holding over 22C as day time outside still going in low 20;s ranges.

Hungry Tiger
Thursday, September 8, 2022 1:50:50 PM

Cooling down slightly now 24C downstairs, 25C upstairs.

 


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ARTzeman
Friday, September 9, 2022 11:11:59 AM

The indoor Temperature today is 21. c.




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Gusty
Friday, September 9, 2022 2:13:05 PM

21.8c in the hallway today. We've lost a couple of degrees in recent days and are being mindful to keep doors and windows closed when its sub 20c outside. Hopefully some afternoon sunshine will pop the indoor temperature up to 22c in the next couple of hours.

A rather cool night tonight and a somewhat cloudy day tomorrow will probably do little to arrest the slow fall. Hopefully some 24-25c outside air on Monday with lower angle sunshine and the patio doors open will draw some warmth back in. 

 


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Retron
Saturday, September 10, 2022 4:41:07 AM

Yesterday was the first day since June I didn't need to have the windows open, or the a/c on, to cool the house to a bearable level.

21C upstairs when I got in (a brief high of 21C outside, but a largely cloudy day meant solar heating was limited) and 19C by the morning.

 

ARTzeman
Saturday, September 10, 2022 5:05:02 AM
21.0c in lounge. Had to turn off the heating as it came on.



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Gusty
Saturday, September 10, 2022 8:45:10 AM

21.0c at 7am this morning. Some morning sunshine through the east facing windows has pushed the temperature up to 21.4c. A burst of morning sunshine is important as we have no south facing windows and have to wait until 2pm for the sun to move round to the west facing windows.

Yesterday the temperature rallied, peaking at 22.4c, thanks to some low angle prolonged sunshine through those windows between 4.30 and 5.30pm.

I'm looking forward to Monday when hopefully we can let in some 25c outside air in.


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Saturday, September 10, 2022 9:22:31 PM

19.0C tonight. No intention of turning any heating on.


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doctormog
Saturday, September 10, 2022 10:30:41 PM
Still a pleasantly warm 20°C here
ARTzeman
Sunday, September 11, 2022 5:32:47 AM
21.5c. In the lounge. Better than 17.0c outside.



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Retron
Sunday, September 11, 2022 5:51:31 AM

13.4 outside, 20C upstairs and 19.5C downstairs.

Quite pleasant, really, although it was a couple of degrees too warm when I went to bed.

Gusty
Sunday, September 11, 2022 8:40:23 AM

21.4c at 6am this morning (up 0.4) from yesterday. All due to a sunny day yesterday and calm conditions overnight.

This morning the sun shines strongly through those east facing windows with a pleasant hallway temperature of 21.9c.

Weather conditions to be treasured to avoid the dreaded switch on !

No central heating needed since 5th May.

 


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