I really love moving. I know that’s an unpopular opinion, but I love a fresh start. Except for one thing. Doesn’t it stink when you move into a brand new place and have to adjust to all of the new blue prints? I feel like it takes me years just to get used to walking in the door, setting down my things, and using the house appropriately. It takes me months to discover where every light switch is and what every button does. Don’t even get me started on how annoying it is to understand the logic behind closet and light switch placement. Now that my energy bill is on my mind, I’m finding that many home builders are baffled when it comes to placing indoor air vents. I can’t be the only one around here who has standards when it comes to their indoor air quality and steady temperature regulation. Not only do I expect my central heating and cooling system to be quiet and efficient, but I anticipate my home will have air vents in semi logical places so the air temperature doesn’t fluctuate constantly. So, tell me, Why is there a single air vent in my living room, and it’s directly over the window. I’m paying an arm and a leg to maintain my indoor heating and cooling plan, and the air is being released directly to a route outside. Why isn’t there a single vent in the bathroom for air ventilation and heating? I also can’t seem to comprehend why there would be an air vent positioned directly over the furnace itself. Whoever built this place did not think about the energy bill or indoor comfort.