That’s a good question, since heating accounts for more than 50% of your electricity bill.
You should set the thermostat at 20°C or less during the day and in the evening, and at 17°C or less at night or when you are absent.
You can lower the temperature in unoccupied rooms to 15°C to maximize your savings. Keeping the door to the room closed will help reduce your heating costs without affecting your comfort.
We also recommend that you install programmable electronic thermostats so you can automatically change the temperature on schedule, for instance you can increase it in advance of your return home. Visit our The Right Moves Web site for more tips.