When the people I was with and I decided to move down south to get going with our retirement chapter of life, it was with the idea that the more sunlight the better.
This perspective was basically forged from numerous harsh winters.
And these were the type of winters that lasted approximately 5 or more months and even longer than that at times. Most of that time the people I was with and I were inside the Heating as well as A/C comfort of our dwelling or at work. We were never major fans of wintertime outdoor activities. In fact, just dealing with all the snow as well as ice removal was a pretty serious pain. And it didn’t get any better the more the people I was with and I became older. So the people I was with and I had our eyes entirely set on living in the sunlight for the last decade or so. Once the people I was with and I made the move, the frosty season was everything the people I was with and I had imagined it would be. And the people I was with and I simply enjoyed spending time in the sunroom every single day while in that first mild nippy season. In all honesty, it took a bit of getting accustomed to the heat as well as humidity of the warmer season. That is a fact. But it was a much better trade off. Plus, the Heating as well as A/C heat pump did a fine task at making our dwelling cooler in order to manage the peak heating hours while in the day. Yet, the people I was with and I were kind of bummed out that the people I was with and I couldn’t prefer the sunroom nearly as much. It was just too sizzling in there. However, after doing some research, I was able to find a solution. All of us had ductless Heating as well as A/C appliances put in the sunroom. So now the people I was with and I had a completely independent Heating as well as A/C cooling source for the sunroom. This made it easily possible to once again prefer the sunroom even with a huge amount of heat.