Should be no question we live in the North East area where cold weather dwells. One day it can be 40 degrees and the next -14 degrees. Cold fronts, lake effect snow move in just as quick. Every Fall we prepare the house for these frigid temperatures.
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This year one of our windows, I thought, has not been keeping the cold out. How can you really test it and do any other windows/doors need to be replaced? After searching around I found BlindSpotz DIY Cold Sensor. This little device tests cold areas in your home!
They come in a package and you just peel them off and stick on your walls.
It is so simple and easy to use!
The typical energy efficiency audit costs between $300 and $500. Not only is that expensive, the contractor will come when it is convenient for him (the middle of a single day) not when it is the best time to figure out where your problems lie (usually at night or on a colder day).
I would much rather save my money to buy replacement windows if needed and use the Blindspotz sensors myself. The results are simple and obvious!
If you are wondering all of our windows/doors tested well except the window in question. i had a feeling that was the issue but checked the whole house just to be on the safe side!
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