I’ve learned to never take for granted the location of one’s residence insofar as it relates to how comfortable it is to live there! For the longest time, I lived in a cabin with my family that was on a piece of land that saw direct afternoonlight with genuinely little foliage to give us shade! The most my associate and I had was some simple bushes and other types of landscaping, but no overhanging trees or even tall shrubs to give us respite from the afternoonlight and heat, and my friend and I simply got used to buying heavy curtains and shades and using the cooling system all the time, then all these things were genuinely necessary in the summer, in particular, as you can well imagine.
Then, last year, my associate and I moved into a current house.
The cabin is just at the edge of a glade, and there is plenty of shade on three sides of our house. My friend and I even had to trim back some of the trees in order to protect our cabin from falling branches, then once that was done, but, my family and I genuinely suddenly became appreciative of just how much shade my associate and I were getting surrounding our house. My friend and I moved in in the month of May, and by mid-June it became genuinely obvious that my associate and I would not have to use our cooling system nearly as much as my associate and I needed to on the outdated property. The cabin is oriented on the apartment in such a way that the afternoonlight rising in the east and setting in the west is clogged by trees on either side, however considering the fact that our current cabin has comparable square footage to the outdated one, my fiance and I are glad that our energy bill seems much lower!