We purchased this home about 7 months ago, and it is now 2 years old. It is a cedar log home, in a Ontario, Canada.
The problem we are having is excessive drafts/air leakage around the windows and doors. Without taking the trim off, I suspect who ever installed the windows never properly installed them, and/or did not properly insulate around them. Now that the house has settled, and the logs have shrunk, there are many areas around the windows which let a lot of air in. I think the best way to fix this is to remove the trim, insulate with a low expansion foam, and replace the trim and then seal around the trim with something similar in appearance to the white chinking...do you agree? Any other ideas? Thank you.