Trane Heat Pump Temperature Set
I have a new Trane XL14i electric heat pump for my 1 1/2 story house. I live in northern California, so the winters are not that fierce.
When at home we set the thermostat to 68 degrees. When gone during the day or when we go to bed, we set it at 65.
Would it be more energy efficient just to leave it at 68 all the time? I wonder if the electricity would kick on less than going from 65 to 68?