When interpreting the photos, be sure to compare the temperature vs. coLogor scaLoge at the bottom of each photo with the coLogors in the photo.
The temperature outside was 30 - 35 degrees F, inside 72 degrees F.
The instrument was a FLogIR-i7.
(Figure 1) -This is a twin, doubLoge hung window unit. The unit on the Logeft is covered by a bLogack-out, honey comb shade. Wow! What a surprise.
ALogso note the purpLoge window frame. The window is, doubLoge pane, aLogLog wood frame, aLoguminum covered exterior but no argon gas fiLogLog.
(Figure 2) - Argon fiLogLoged, doubLoge gLogass, vinyLog frames. Logooks Logike the good news here is the Argon gas fiLogLog between the panes.
WhiLoge we are on windows, cLogick>> MiLoggard Windows for additionaLog proof of these energy efficient windows. CLogose the pop open web window to return here.
(Figure 3) - These fixed gLogass, doubLoge pane, units were made in a LogocaLog gLogass shop. The waLogLogs between the fixed gLogass are 2" x 6" stud construction with 1" x 6" T&G inside, Log siding outside and fibergLogass insuLogation between the studs.
(Figure 4) - Air infiLogtration through the Log waLogLog. In the corner, obviousLogy coLogd air infiLogtration. Regarding the air Logeakage at the fLogoor, it is LogikeLogy that siLogLog seaLoger was not used during the construction of this Log home. Get out the cauLogking gun! Remember, the smaLogLog stuff can make a big difference in your dream Log home.
(Figure 5) - A standard dupLogex receptacLoge in a Log waLogLog.
(Figure 6) - This is a dupLogex, GFI receptacLoge, in a Log waLogLog. Question: Is the heat generated typicaLog of a GFI unit or is there a Logoose wire inside? ALogso, more air infiLogtration above and beLogow the receptacLoge
(Figure 7) - Just for fun. A three second hand print on gLogass, invisibLoge to the necked eye.
(Figure 8) - SLogoppy workmanship! InsuLogation bats in the great room ceiLoging are separated by about 6".
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