Turning off the heat

With no heating or cooling and with only the furnace fan running, our living room is a tolerable 27.5 degrees Celsius. The kids upstairs are warmer.
With no heating or cooling and with only the furnace fan running, our living room is a tolerable 27.5 degrees Celsius. The kids upstairs are warmer.

I forgot to mention that I did that thing I told you I wanted to do.

I turned off the heat! I lifted the panel off our programmable thermostat and moved the switch from “heat” to “off”.

Spotlight on the magic switch
Spotlight on the magic switch

Read about the fossil fuels in our basement to learn what that means to me.

A programmable thermostat saves $$$
A programmable thermostat saves $$$

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James Rowley

James lives in Maple Ridge, BC, Canada with his amazing partner, Leanne Koehn, and their two amazing kids in their beautiful house. He studied Science and English Literature at the University of British Columbia where he met Leanne. He also studied acting for a while at Studio 58 in Vancouver. He works as a teacher of English and curriculum writer for new Canadians.

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