I have a Velux skylight that was originally installed when my house
was built 17 years ago. I've recently noticed condensation between
the panes. Since this is installed in a recess through the attic, and
there's nothing but blue sky above it (except when there's clouds), it
really has no aesthetic impact. How important is it to fix this?
What sorts of problems can I expect?
Agree. I guess the question is how much of a difference in insulation
it makes. Gradually more water will condense in there and humid air
will conduct heat better than the inert gas that was there originally,
but it may not amount to all that much.
On Jun 21, 1:02?pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
unless the water fills the void and freezes. A friend fixes windows
and reports that can occur. if your not home and heavy rain snow
occurs bad scene.
as part of maintaiing your home its best fixed, or one day you will
have a unreal amount of catch up work to do:(
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