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Posted by emilie lemieux on December 15th, 2002 03:38 PM
In reply to Condensation Forming On Inside Of Windows by grasshopper on October 23rd, 2002 10:02 AM [Go to top of thread]

I had my new house inspected recently. The major reference point for the inspector to say that there was no humidity inside the walls was the fact that there was no condensation on the inside surface of my double-glazed windows. But the outside temperature was 40 degrees Farenheit (no wind) and the inside temperature was about 68 degrees. Would those conditions sufficient to create condensation if there was humidity trapped inside the walls? Is it a real indicator? I'm concerned.

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