Do you have condensation on your windows? Don’t worry; you’re not alone. In this video, we’re going to show you four ways to reduce condensation on your windows and help keep your home environment healthy and comfortable.
What Causes Window Condensation and How to Stop It
Today let’s talk about the condensation you perhaps see on the inside/outside of your windows—and how to fix it.
Exterior & Interior Condensation
Let’s say you got your brand-new windows and they’re super high performance; you’re so happy, you open up your shades, and you see some condensation buildup. The first thing you’re thinking is my brand-new windows aren’t working?! Whenever you have people talking, your pets running around, you’re doing your dishes, you’re cooking, you’re doing all these different things—which are adding a ton to the humidity into your air. If you don’t open up your window and allow for that humidity to escape, it’s just going to reside in your home. Leave it open for a few hours and let the home breathe properly. However, if you have interior condensation, that is a sign of seal failure. It doesn’t matter what time of day it is or if you clean both the inside and outside, the condensation will remain. This is indicative of a seal failure; in which case you’ll need a whole new dual-pane glass uni
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