Have you ever given any thought to how many panes of glass your windows have? Most people don’t. However, this can make a huge difference in the cost of your utility bills each year. Older homes typically have single-pane glass for windows, while newer homes typically have double-pane glass.
However, even if you have a newer home with windows that have thick, heavy-duty double panes, some issues can arise that will make double pane glass significantly less effective. If the seal is not tight around both panes, for example, the gas that is trapped between the panes (which is essential for the proper functionality of double-pane glass) can escape.
A thermal imaging camera can easily identify potential issues or loss of heating/cooling that can happen, regardless of whether you have single-pane or double-pane windows. With colder temperatures on their way, this is a great time to schedule a home inspection with thermal imaging.