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I am unsure that my windows perform as they should,
this is our second winter in the new house, and the first one we had to get rid of ridiculous humidity level caused by the building time.
Now humidity as set to 35-40% for now,
and i still see condensation at bottom of all windows on the first real cold night.
Yesterday was a ~ -15c and i've measured down to 0c at the bottom of the glazings.
What is supposed to be normal temps for inside pane of high eff. windows ?
Is there any test results or tables somewhere i could check ?
mine are triple double argon with low E , and a similar but with a little higher heat gain on south windows ...
i have never had window condensation at my previous house, and they were hybrid alum/pvc with regular IGU with argon and low e
never took temp measurements ..but still i'm sure it never hit 0c from the interior
Please let me know what you think before i investigate more on this matter
i may have been fooled once more in purchasing from this manufacturer