Now that’s useful info for home inspectors and our clients. Thanks.
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In Arizona, occasionally I will find one or more low-e windows with the coating applied to the inside pane while the rest of the windows have it correctly on the outer pane. Would this warrant mention in the report? I have heard stories ranging from…“as long as it’s on the window, it is doing its job” to “windows with low-e on the inner pane will hold the heat in the house longer in that area”
Plus, how do we know the difference in utility bills from having one or more windows with the low-e in the “wrong” place for the climate it is installed in?
So, what’s the consensus on low-e on the inside pane in warm weather climates?