The Stewart Solargon early Summer.
Early fall with landscaping nearly complete.
Solargon Passive Solar
In the winter when heating is required, the sun is low in the sky, which allows the heat to penetrate into windows on the south face of a structure. In the summer, south-facing windows are shaded by an overhanging roof to keep out the high hot summer sun. Because much of a building's heat is lost through its windows, the majority of windows in a Standard Solargon building are located on the southeast, south and southwest walls for optimum solar gain. Contact us with any question about investing in your Solargon home or cabin. See Web Album