You may have noticed that the weather has changed a bit in the last few days – I’m particularly astute that way myself! Here’s what you need to know about staying warm at the Fellowship:
- For the sanctuary – Thermostat #1 is on the wall by the organ. Thermostat #2 is on the back wall to the left of the fold-up white serving table. Use the arrows to turn the heat up. Be sure to press “RUN” before leaving for the day so that we do not pay for heating an empty room.
- For rooms on the hallway, same side as the restrooms – The thermostat is on the wall behind the main desk. This thermostat controls the heat to rooms on that side of the hallway and around the corner to the Alcott room. To adjust the heat: press the Up Triangle to the desired temperature, then press Select to choose the number of hours the heat is to be raised (2 hours usually suffices), then press Set. Voila, you are DONE!
- For rooms on the hallway, same side as Rev. Lydia’s office – This thermostat is located behind the door in the Thoreau room. To adjust the heat: To adjust the heat: press the Up Triangle to the desired temperature, then press Select to choose the number of hours the heat is to be raised (2 hours usually suffices), then press Set. Voila, you are DONE!
- Space heaters
- We have two space heaters “floating” around the meeting rooms; they get moved from room to room as needed. Both have directions on the top of the unit. Basically start by powering them on with the green power light on the back of the unit, power on using the second button on top, then press the temperature control to the desired temp. Ooh La La!
Place the space heater near the folks who need it, and ask friends-who-love-cold to sit on the other side of the room!
Gratitudes related to heat: The Sun comes to mind, but also Gordon Weir our facilities caretaker for insulating around the furnaces and for changing the filters regularly; to Northglenn heating and air for installing high efficiency furnaces five years ago; to Larry Arp and the Green Team who researched and chose Northglenn; and to the makers of the little remote thermostat device which lets me know the temperature around the furnaces right from the office.
~ Your wonderfully imperfect office manager, living gratefully,
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