The problem with remote control heating

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Re: The problem with remote control heating

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paolo wrote: Tue Mar 15, 2022 9:53 am That is very hi-tech. What happens if someone wants to sleep with bedroom window open, but also wants a warm downstairs when they get up in the morning?
Yes my mother liked to sleep with the window open regardless of how cold it was outside; people undergoing certain cancer treatments may need a very high temperature. It is almost impossible to keep a house with a downstairs sitting room at 27 and an upstairs bedroom at 18 without opening windows.
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Re: The problem with remote control heating

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Not a problem as long as you don’t want to sleep with the window open with the heating on in that zone. Downstairs is heated separately to upstairs.
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