The two of us moved the temperature control so it wouldn’t get blasted with sunlight from the window

I thought that having a lot of windows in our house would be phenomenal, however that was before the builders finished the project.

Now that I have been living in our custom house for over several months, I understand how the windows can be problematic.

First of all, however I have a security plan in our home, it’s daunting to guess of all the points of entry for a random intruder. It’s 1 of those daunting thoughts that comes to me in the middle of the night while I’m trying to wind myself down to go to sleep. It’s taxing to get a enjoyable night’s sleep when you’re super paranoid about random break-ins occurring while you’re knocked out. I ended up buying those cheap alarms that you can link to door in addition to window frames that emit a shrill shrieking sound whenever the entry point is breached. Beyond that, I’m also concerned about our indoor hot in addition to cold temperatures in relation to the windows. In the Wintertide the cold air will leak in from outside while the opposite happens in the summer. On top of temperature leakage, the sunlight that comes in from the windows was hitting our Heating & A/C temperature control which was originally installed on a wall that gets sunlight exposure in the day hours. I had no system that radiant heat from sunlight could make the wall warm enough where it messes with the temperature control’s temperature learnings. The issue is that the temperature control is what tells the Heating & A/C plan what the real temperature inside the house very is, so a warmer than usual wall will make the Heating & A/C plan guess the house is warmer than it very is in reality.