Is it bad to have your windows pointed south during the winter?



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    If your windows point south your home will receive less direct sunlight during the year. In winter, it is less affective to have your windows pointed south than east or west. Windows facing east will receive a good amount of light, and therefore absorb more natural heat reducing your energy consumption. However, windows facing west are the most effective in terms of exposure to sunlight and heat absorption. However, south is not the least affective direction your windows could face. North facing windows are usually less productive. 

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