Double pane windows are an unassuming but important feature of a good home. These are windows with two panes of glass, separated by a pocket of air or gas like argon or krypton. These layers are an excellent way to reduce heat transfer and can help to dampen sound. For these and other reasons, double pane windows play a big part in keeping your home comfortable all year round. But what happens if you notice some condensation trapped between the panes, or there is a noticeable draft coming from a particular window?

This is where a professional home inspection can be very helpful. By using thermal imaging, an inspector can easily locate temperature changes in the windows due to a damaged seal or cracked glass. If the problem is correctly identified, it may not be necessary to replace all of the windows in your home – a few simple repairs could do the trick, and save you a lot of money.

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