Condensation Becoming a Problem? Try Double-Pane Windows

Window condensation is a common problem among many homeowners during cold weather. This is caused by single pane windows that allow cold air to come into contact with the heated air insidethehouse. When condensation forms, it is a sign that there is high humidity within your home.

Now, high humidity is a result of excess moisture within your home. Indoor moisture may be caused by a several factors, such asrunning a dishwasher, showering, and cooking. While humidity is necessary for your comfort and health, excess moisture and condensation are problems that need to be addressed before they lead to serious issues. There aredifferent ways to combat window condensation. Anoption that many window companies in Michigan like us at Kroll Construction recommend is replacing your single-pane windows with double-pane ones.

Double-pane windows help limit condensation. The air between the two panes andan airtight seal helps keep moisture out during cold weather. In this regard, we at Kroll Construction have windows you need to keep moisture and condensation away from your windows. We offer both double-pane and triple-pane glass packages with our replacement windows. Aside from preventing condensation, our windows can help you save on heating and cooling costs because of the improved insulation they can provide.

Remember, window condensation can be a serious problem when left alone. It can increase your energy bill and decrease comfort in your home. We at Kroll Construction strongly recommend switching to double-pane windows that come with insulated glass. This way, you can create a barrier between the heated indoor air and the cold outdoor air to prevent “sweating” or fogging the glass.

As professionals on window replacement Michigan residents can rely on, we at Kroll Construction offers high quality windows that can help you prevent condensation. For more information, feel free to give us a call today!

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