All of us moved the thermostat so it wouldn’t get hit with sun from the window

I thought that having a lot of windows in our lake house would be phenomenal, however that was before the builders finished the project. Now that I have been living in our custom lake house for over 6 weeks, I understand how the windows can be problematic. First of all, however I have a security idea in our home, it’s daunting to know of all the points of entry for a random intruder. It’s 1 of those daunting thoughts that comes to myself and others in the middle of the night while I’m trying to wind myself down to go to sleep. It’s difficult to get a nice 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 attach to door plus window frames that emit a shrill shrieking sound whenever the entry point is breached. Beyond that, I’m also sad about our indoor un-even temperatures in relation to the windows. In the Winter time the frosty air will leak in from outside while the opposite happens in the summer. On top of temperature leakage, the sun that comes in from the windows was hitting our Heating, Ventilation plus A/C thermostat which was originally installed on a wall that gets sun exposure in the afternoon minutes. I had no method that radiant heat from sun could make the wall warm enough where it messes with the thermostat’s temperature readings. The issue is that the thermostat is what tells the Heating, Ventilation plus A/C idea what the real temperature inside the lake house absolutely is, so a warmer than respected wall will make the Heating, Ventilation plus A/C idea know the lake house is warmer than it absolutely is in reality.

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