Condensation appears when warm air and moist air come in contact with cooler surfaces, such as your window glass on a cold day. In fact, this may even occur in quality windows. There are many ways to prevent this from happening.
Let [company_name] offer a few tips on preventing condensation in your windows.
Replace Caulking and Weather Strips
Use a screwdriver to check the wood trim around your windows. If you see worn out seals or strips, replace these with new ones.
Run Your Exhaust Fans When You Are Showering or Cooking
Some activities, like taking a bath and cooking, can cause condensation in your windows. Before you do any of these, make sure to run your exhaust fans. This will keep moisture from condensing on your casement windows in Guilderland, NY.
Use a Dehumidifier
Placing a dehumidifier close to your window can help prevent moisture from condensing between its panes.
Inspect Your HVAC Units
Have an expert inspect your heating systems to make sure that these are working. The high humidity in your home may be due to your HVAC units not performing well.
Install Energy Efficient Windows
Our window replacement in Clifton Park, NY, comes with gas-filled glass, which can help lessen heat transfer in and out of your home. These can help make your home cozier during winter, keeping you from relying too much on your heating units. They can help you save more on energy bills. In addition, our windows reduce water spots when exposed to sunlight, giving you a clearer view of the outdoors. When you work with us, you can expect that the windows we install are airtight for your peace of mind.
Stopping condensation from forming in your windows does not have to be hard. You can rely on [company_name] to help you keep your windows clear. For replacement windows, you can contact us by phone or fill out our contact form.