New Government Suggestion For Home Temps Have People Talking

By Patrick Knight on August 20, 2019
PROVO, UT – JANUARY 16: In this photo illustration, a Nest thermostat is being adjusted in a home on January 16, 2014 in Provo, Utah. Google bought Nest, a home automation company, for $3.2 billion taking Google further into the home ecosystem. (Photo illustration by George Frey/Getty Images)

There’s a new report out from Energy Star, which is the EPA program that promotes energy efficiency. The report has new recommendations for where you should be setting your thermostat and it has lots of people talking…

1.  78 degrees when you’re home.

2.  85 when you’re not home.

3.  82 at night.

How do you feel about these new “suggested temperatures?” Let us know in the comment section!

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