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    Slippers! Lol

    I did actually crack out a hoodie today too.

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    We have a large split system but we only put it on if we have visitors coming over.

    We usually just wear lots of warm clothes, slippers and some snugly blankets on the couch. At night we only heat DS room and use a thermostat controlled heater so it's not on all night. Set to just take the chill off the air for him.

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    Blankets and flannel sheets.

    Electric heater for visitors.

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    We have has wall furnace type heater and an oil fin in the bedrooms, I can't stand being cold

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    We've managed so far just by using our reverse cycle air con occasionally.

    Last year we lived in a very cold house and we had no choice but to run expensive heaters, mainly for DS's room.

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    Blankets and we dress like we are going skiing

    We rent and the house has no heating.
    It's gets as low as 1 degree here at night and has gotten lower before, oil fin heaters aren't cutting it at all.

    Can't wait until the end of lease!

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    Split systems. Its been 10 here during the day for a few days so they haven't been turned off.

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    It's never cold enough to worry about how to keep warm here thank goodness!

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    We have a couple of electric heaters for the really cold nights which I put on to warm the bedrooms before bed - the other morning dropped below 0 here so it went on in the morning too! Otherwise its socks, slippers and warm clothes/blankets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    It's never cold enough to worry about how to keep warm here thank goodness!
    Lol we are expecting -5 and the chance of snow on Saturday. Really really need ours fixed!!!


 

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