Comfort Involves More than Air Temperature
Radiant temperature is best explained with a pair of examples. If you sit next to a single-pane window on a cold day, you'll likely feel cold, even if the air temperature is 75 degrees farenheit. Your body heat radiates from your skin to the cooler surface which cools you down. On hot days, the ceiling under a poorly-insulated attic radiates heat making you feel hot, even when the air temperature is comfortable.
Moffitt Built knows this basic principle of building science and works with each individual floorplan to maximize proper window placement.