The great room has 2 3'x5's in the front, and 2 in the back side. The dining room has 2 in the front. The bedrooms all have 2 3'x'5's as well.
Every window in the house has condensation on both the inside glass, as well as the inside of the outside pane of glass. The inside glass is removable, and some of the smaller bathroom windows have a hole on the inside pane with a rubber stopper in them.
Now according to Pellas stated interior humidity recommendations, I'm well below. I'm currently showing an average of 20-24% humidity.
Now, I have yet to clean the baffles in the sashes, but I think that would only explain the condensation on the exterior pane (assuming. no venting is happening between the exterior and interior glass), but I'm still mystified about the interior condensation.
As it stands now, the interior window rubber seals look fine, but the exterior seals where the casement hits the outside frame appear ultra flat, and have ice around from the frozen condensation.
Where's the first place to start? I've read some less than pleasant Pella stories, and given my humidity level indoor, I shouldn't be dealing with condensation. I imagine at this rate, these windows won't last nearly as long as they should.