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Teaser Tuesday - What is it?

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12 comments to Teaser Infrared Image – What is it?

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  • It appears that there is a lack of insulation around a can light in a drop near a doowall/window.

  • Dan Laughbon

    I’ve got the same thought as MR.Kline, but the area could also be a diffuser in a HVAC supply line, with bad connection allowing AC cold air to “spill” out in the surrounding space. Maybe other insulation issues in the drop and corner.Or moisture?.

  • It appears that there is a lack of insulation around a can light in a drop near a doowall/window. (And it’s at your house!)

  • Mike Stewart

    I agree with Mr. Kline – but why would someone put a diffuser near a door / window? I could buy it to be a can light – located in a recess- for a vaulted ceiling that was not insulated very well. It also looks like where the ceiling starts to go up that the contractor didn’t insulate the “face” all that well.

  • Matt

    I’m with mike stewart. It’s too strong of a gradient to be a moisture signature. Look at the window around the frame, too… looks like it’s on the windy side of the house!

  • Dan Laughbon

    HAHA!.like I said I agree with MR. Kline, however I have seen a couple of D.I.Y’ers do some off the wall stuff,and one guy did just want I mentioned as an option, belive it or not!.sense this is a teaser I thought I’d throw it out there just in case.

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  • I am going with the leaking air duct, however I thing the diffuser was removed and the cold round area is a patch

  • That should have said I think, not thing.

  • I’ll call it missing insulation, I got a bunch of these type images.
    Millon dollar homes are built by the same subs that build the cheaper ones!

  • Brian Brooks

    It looks like its colder outside. The duct would show a warm spot. A leak in the vapor barrier above the window would cause the cold exterior air to leak in. The cold spot looks to be a poorly insulated can light, like Mike Kline said.