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OFT to investigate regional variations in heating oil prices
OFT will look at why some areas of the country charge £2 for a litre of heating oil, while others charge just 50p The watchdog Consumer Focus has welcomed news of an Office of Fair Trading (OFT) investigation into why the price of heating oil varies so greatly across the country. Over the past month average prices for heating oil have risen by about 40%, despite the price of crude oil only …
What are the livable home heating bare minimums and maximums for safety?

I know the minimum you should keep your house temp at during the winter is 55°F to keep the pipes from freezing but could a person (infants/elderly) freeze to death at that temp?

What is the maximum temp your house should be at in the summer? How hot is too hot? What temp would kill infants/elderly?

http://www.mge.com/home/saving/thermostat.htm
Even people who consider themselves healthy can be vulnerable to heat-related health problems after an extended period of excessive heat,anything over 100F outside is potentially dangerous to health.If it is hot inside during summer then heat stroke can occur rapidly and dehydration also poses a problem,which can lead to serious health risks.
For me it is a comfort thing,sure it might not be the best environmentally or financially but if i’m uncomfortable b/c of heat or cold then i make everyones life unpleasant hahaa.I adjust to my comfort level.
http://energyboomer.typepad.com/energyboomer/2007/06/what_temperatur.html

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