What is the recommended temperature I should heat or cool to?

What is the recommended temperature I should heat or cool to?

Set your thermostat to cool to 23-26 degrees in summer. In winter, only heat the house up to 18-20 degrees. Every degree lower or higher can add 10% to your running costs. You’ll hardly notice a couple degrees warmer or cooler, but your electricity bill will.
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