Window Condensation | Causes and Solutions
Your windows are clean, but fog and water have blocked the perfect view. Why do windows frequently collect condensation? Heat-causing appliances and steamy showers contribute to humid air in your house. Though there are many causes, replacing window glass will eliminate the problem.
Window Condensation in Your Home
If the temperature inside your home is drastically different from the outside temperature, your windows will collect condensation. Warm air colliding with a cool surface causes the fog or moisture to form.
Window condensation is typically caused by internal factors such as a steamy shower, an unvented gas fireplace or a boiling pot of water. However, a major cause for window condensation or "sweating" is often inefficient window glass.
Additional Problems of Inefficient Windows
Outdated or ill-fitting single-pane windows often fail to keep extreme weather at bay. You may notice a cold draft in the winter or have challenges cooling a room in the summer. If windows lack proper insulation, fog, condensation and haze are likely. Hiring glass experts to install better windows will save you money in the long run.
Insulated Glass Units Make A Difference
Glass Doctor® insulated glass units are double-pane windows separated by an insulator. Some units contain gas sandwiched between the two layers of efficient glass, which combats window condensation. Insulated glass units provide homes with more consistent temperatures and prevent drafts. This saves money on heating and cooling bills.
Call Glass Doctor to Eliminate Window Condensation
Window replacement is one of the many ways Glass Doctor solves problems for home owners. The specialists at Glass Doctor have experience installing insulated glass units and are adept at eliminating problems such as condensation on windows.
In addition to window replacement and repair, Glass Doctor specializes all types of home glass—from custom-designed shelves and mirrors to tabletops and shower doors.
Call Glass Doctor at (855) 603-1919 to learn more about installing energy-efficient windows.
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