- In your opinion (opinion content) …
I sa yes, depending on whether window is sold as being windproof.Posted 6 years ago
Is a badly fitting windproof jacket that lets in draughts through ill-fitting collars and cuffs, windproof?
EDIT: EDIT: Which is more or less what Northwind is about to say, and he would know.BigButSlimmerBlokeMember
If there’s a draught, then it’s obviously not draughtproof. I’m not sure where the line between wind and draught is, but let’s say it’s force 1 on the beaufort scale then anything below force 1 is a draught so if the moving air never moves above 1-3 mph, or if the ripples in a carefully placed cup of water never have crests regardless of the wind force outside the house, the air movement cannot be classified as wind so the house is windproof, not draughtproof.Posted 6 years ago
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