That’s a good question, because heating accounts for about 54% of your electricity costs. So it’s always a good idea to lower the temperature.
You can cut your heating costs considerably by turning down the thermostat by 2°C to 3°C overnight and when you’re out during the day. You can lower the temperature in an unoccupied room with its own thermostat to 15°C (59°F). If you keep the door to the room closed, you’ll cut your heating costs with no loss of comfort.
We also suggest installing programmable electronic thermostats so you can automatically change the temperature on schedule. Visit The Right Moves for more advice.