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Originally Posted by Lula's Mom
When it's 40 outside, doesn't it only make sense that your heater will have to cycle on much more often to keep the house 10 or 15 degrees warmer?
I'm in GA. It's been in the 40s-50s during the day here, so not all that cold. We keep the heat at 60 day and night for $ reasons, like you said. If I am freezing cold one day and I turn the heat to 65 or so, it cycles on and off much more frequently to keep the house at that temperature.
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