Looking for some opinions.
New triple pane windows in a zero energy home in southern NH. In this humid time of the year I am experiencing exterior condensation only on the south and west facing windows. The interior is conditioned at 72 degrees pretty consistently. It is a single story house. The fact that its only on the south and west is perplexing. I have a pretty significant stone drip edge outside with good overhangs and am wondering if the solar gain on those two sides creates a microclimate that perhaps contributes to the condensation. I’d appreciate any thoughts. Thank you
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