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Judy & Lee Peacock
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  • Oxford, ME
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Heat Exchanger

Started Mar 31

Sweating Andersen Windows
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Marty Davis Feb 13.

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Judy & Lee Peacock Jan 8, 2013.

 

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Heat Exchanger

Does anyone know anything about a heat exchanger that would replace the bathroom fan and reduce the moisture on all the windows - not just the bathroom?  I believe it might be called a Panasonic Whisper Green.  Doesn't have to be that exact one though.Anyone familiar with this sort of thing??See More
Mar 31
Marty Davis replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"Colorado Log Home, Would you explain why you say there is no such thing as a chinkless log home?"
Feb 13
Art Hoffman replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"We have Andersen windows throughout our UNCHINKED log home. The emperatures here, especally th year, have been around MINUS 10 degrees F, so I think our cold and your cold are very simialr. I also firmly believe your issue is excess humidity. As the…"
Feb 13
Judy & Lee Peacock replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"I thought we were chinkless but really I have no idea.  We now are running a few fans to circulate the air and that seems to have helped.  It is also warmer outside so I don't know if that helps or not. At least it is not in the minus…"
Feb 10
Bob Mack replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"Well have we any answers?"
Feb 5
Judy & Lee Peacock left a comment for James W. Harbin
"We keep the house at 55 when we are not there. We arrive up there and the windows are clear as can be, so putting the heat up is useless, IN MY HUMBLE OPINION - not to mention the price of propane these days. Yikes! We now turn on the ceiling fan to…"
Feb 3
James W. Harbin left a comment for Judy & Lee Peacock
"Hello Folks, Whatever happened to your condensation problem? Jim Harbin Katahdin Cedar Log Homes"
Feb 3
Raymond Wengerd replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"Colorado Log Home, There is a thing as a chinkless log home. Very few have the technology and or the skill to do it. So you are about 95% correct. What about the other 5%?"
Jan 11
Raymond Wengerd replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"The perimeter seal is an installation issue Bob. Doubtful that a dehumidifier would fix the issue. "
Jan 11
James W. Harbin left a comment for Judy & Lee Peacock
"Hello again, I just realized that this is your week end house. During the winter up there you need to maintain a higher temperature during the week to keep the condensation from forming. Jim and Pam"
Jan 10
James W. Harbin left a comment for Judy & Lee Peacock
"Hello Folks, Perhaps you should move to the beach in Delaware to avoid condensation. Just kidding. Fire up that wood stove or fireplace and that con evaporate condensation in that climate because the windows are doing their job so,take a look at…"
Jan 10
Colorado Log Home Finishing replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"Is this a log home?  Has the log home been chinked?  Broken seals on windows could also be a sign that the entire home isn't sealed properly.  Please do not respond "this is a chinkless log home" as there is no such…"
Jan 10
Bob Mack replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"I would be hesitant to blame Anderson . With baseboard heat you have no circulation and the air around the windows will cool and slide down the glass not mix. Eventually reaching the dew point and condensing. Try the dehumidifier."
Jan 10
Raymond Wengerd replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"If you know the lumber company of which the windows were purchased from, contact them. They can provide you with the name and contact information of the local service representative for your area. My guess is an improper seal or…"
Jan 9
Judy & Lee Peacock replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"would you have any idea who and where I would/should contact?  I would rather tell the story once to the correct person/department.  Any contacts??"
Jan 9
Raymond Wengerd replied to Judy & Lee Peacock's discussion Sweating Andersen Windows
"I would get an Anderson Rep out. They usually prefer to get to the bottom of the problem, than to have a bad rap. "
Jan 8

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At 1:15pm on February 3, 2014, James W. Harbin said…

Hello Folks, Whatever happened to your condensation problem? Jim Harbin Katahdin Cedar Log Homes

At 2:51pm on January 10, 2014, James W. Harbin said…

Hello again, I just realized that this is your week end house. During the winter up there you need to maintain a higher temperature during the week to keep the condensation from forming. Jim and Pam

At 2:41pm on January 10, 2014, James W. Harbin said…

Hello Folks, Perhaps you should move to the beach in Delaware to avoid condensation. Just kidding. Fire up that wood stove or fireplace and that con evaporate condensation in that climate because the windows are doing their job so,take a look at your moisture sources and ventilation systems. Jim and Pam

At 9:48pm on February 24, 2013, James W. Harbin said…

Judy and Lee,Live that Dream!  Jim and Pam Katahdin Cedar Log Homes Mid-Atlantic Region

At 8:57am on August 21, 2012, Kerry & Ken Biron said…

Good Morning Judy & Lee,

We are building ours outside of Farmington. Where are from Rhode Island,

Kerry & Ken

At 1:20pm on November 10, 2010, Victoria Smith said…
In a quandry over heating system and what to put in! and i work for a LP company. My heating guy wants me to put in a hot air furnace..mostly because of my allergies..my boss says a buderus boiler with an amtrol waterheater. the guy that started my roof says NO to hot air furnace..what do you guys have in your house???
At 1:26pm on August 22, 2010, Debra Chapoton said…
I really enjoyed looking at your photos. What a wonderful place in a glorious setting!
At 10:00am on July 10, 2009, Alexis Dyke said…
Hi! Yes our windows are Andersen. I need to check with the contractor as to the door paint. It was a mix. The sled table was from Country Sampler Magazine. Here is the link for the tissue box.
http://www.cabinfeverdecor.com/bathroom.htm
At 9:50am on July 9, 2009, Alexis Dyke said…
Thank you for your kind comment on our home. It was a life long dream for us. Our home is pine. The logs were supplied by the Mountaineer Log and Siding Company. It is a true log home, not log siding. The stain is Woodguard Honey 2000. Thanks again for you kind comment. Alexis Dyke
At 12:44pm on May 28, 2009, Shelley Martinez said…
Hi Judith, you had asked a question about our stain. We used a medium red-tone brown by Sashco! They are a great group and will send you out numerous free samples! Hope you're doing well and getting some good fishing in! :-)
 
 
 

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