How to find Window sill gap

Dawn Smith

Window Sill Gap Discovered Using Level

This image showcases the use of a yellow Stanley I-beam level to check the alignment of a wooden window sill inside a log cabin. The level is placed on the bottom frame of the window, highlighting the process of ensuring the sill is perfectly horizontal. The reflection of the room and a person holding the level is visible on the window glass, indicating the interior setting of a cabin with rustic log walls. This practical demonstration of using a leveling tool is crucial for maintaining the structural integrity and aesthetic of log homes.