Not to mention that cold air blowing on your face in the summer feels better than hot air on your face in the winter - at least in my opinion. And the effect of radiant heat loss is much more pronounced in the winter. The difference between a 75 degree setpoint and a 95 degree wall is much less than a 70 degree setpoint and a 20 degree wall. The walls need their "thermodynamic washing" much more in the winter.
[Edited by Irascible on 07-04-2005 at 03:45 PM]