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Drafty window

  • 19-01-2023 9:58pm
    Registered Users Posts: 230 ✭✭ djt0607


    I've posted here before but have made a discovery...sort thought I'd post again and see have yee any advice ya can give me.

    So before, the room was cold and there was a draft from the window. I sealed every leak (I could find) and put e-type seal on the windows to shut it tight so there's no air coming in. What I've now done is put doctors tape around the seal of the window opening so the window doesn't open but it's sealed.

    Alas...still th3 cold air exists coming from the sill. So I'm thinking the air is hitting the glass, cooling and falling and coming out into the room cooling it down. Is this right? If so, do you think its time for window replacement? Or is this normal and happens with every window?