jimbo wrote:The wood heater is at one end of the house and our bedroom where the baby will be sleeping is at the other. Right now its 24 in the living room and 18 in the bedroom but over night when we choke the heater down it will drop a few degrees. We would like to maintain a room temp of around 18-19 degrees.
jimbo wrote:The house also has zoned (each bedroom) in slab electric heating that operates off peak at around 14c/kwh.
jimbo wrote:How much energy is lost to the ground?
Too warm, believe it or not general temp for night sleeping is far better at 13-15 max people including babies get better sleep.
jimbo wrote:Too warm, believe it or not general temp for night sleeping is far better at 13-15 max people including babies get better sleep.
We are only going by what the midwifes have told us. They don't seem to cover babies in blankets anymore, just a sleeping bag.
jimbo wrote:We know of people who have been told the room has to be at 21 degrees.
jimbo wrote:From the link"Anywhere between 16ºC and 20ºC is a good temperature for your baby, and around 18ºC (65ºF) is ideal,"
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