How to Clear Condensation from the Inside of Windows

If you have double-paned windows with a failed seal, you may develop condensation inside your window. Not only is this problem unsightly, but you are also wasting energy by cooling and heating your home. Glass Doctor® can fix your condensation problem and restore the energy efficiency of your double-paned window.

Instead of replacing the whole window, save money by having an expert replace a single window pane. Call a Glass Doctor professional at 855-603-1919 to fix your window today.

What are Double-Paned Windows?

Your home may have double-paned windows to increase energy efficiency. Double-paned windows are twice as effective as single-paned windows at retaining heat in winter and cool air in the summer. These insulated-glass windows are made up of two pieces of glass held together by an insulated spacer. 

The spacer may be filled with a desiccant—a moisture-absorbing material—to keep the space in between the panes dry. Sometimes, the space between panes is also filled with argon or krypton gas to provide better insulation than air. 

When the seal around these windows fails, fresh air containing moisture can leak into the space between the two pieces of glass where the moisture condenses. The result is a milky appearance on the inside of the windows.

Condensation Signals Seal Failure

Because windows are the primary reasons structures lose heat and cool air, insulated-glass windows are an important way to regulate temperature and make homes more energy efficient. When condensation appears on the inside of these windows, it is a signal that the window units are no longer working to maintain temperatures.

Condensation inside windows can be a sign that a window needs to be replaced. Here are a few other reasons to consider replacement:


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Prevent Moisture by Replacing the Pane

Fortunately, the experts at Glass Doctor can fix your leaky window units without replacing the entire window. They can restore the performance of your double-paned window unit by replacing only the affected pane of glass, saving you time and money.

Your leaky windows are costing you money by sending heat and cool air outside when you need them inside. Let the professionals at Glass Doctor fix condensation in your windows. They will target the problem at the source and eliminate the possibility of future condensation issues.

Call Glass Doctor Today 

Call 855-603-1919 today to find a Glass Doctor expert near you that will get rid of the condensation inside your windows. Schedule an appointment with our courteous professionals whenever it is most convenient for you.   



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