Condensation is a natural phenomenon that occurs everywhere in your home, from taking a hot shower to pouring a glass of cold water. When warm air comes in contact with a cold surface, droplets start to form. It’s not alarming most of the time, but it can be a worrying sight when it develops on your windows.
When condensation forms on the inside of your windows, there could be a problem with your units and your home’s humidity levels. Kroll Construction, one of the most dependable window companies in the area, shares some tips on dealing with this issue:
Run a Vent Fan
Everyday activities like cooking, bathing and washing the dishes produce too much moisture in the air. This not only causes condensation to form on the windows but can also make your home feel uncomfortable.
Use your vent fan whenever you do any of these activities and leave it on for about 15 to 20 minutes afterward to eliminate moisture in the air.
Circulate the Air
Another simple way to address window condensation is to allow air to circulate. If it isn’t too cold, you can leave your replacement windows open so the warm, stale air can escape your home. You can also use your ceiling fans to help evaporate moisture quicker than usual while allowing air to flow freely throughout the house.
Move Your Plants
Most houseplants increase humidity levels in your home. If you have plants near your windows or in high-moisture areas like the kitchen, consider moving them to a different place.
Replace the Window
When condensation forms between the window panes, it’s likely that the seal is broken. You may be able to replace the panes, but in most cases, it’s best to replace the window especially when it’s old. Window technology has evolved over the years, which means you can enjoy better benefits, from easy maintenance to energy savings.
When your unit is past its prime, turn to Kroll Construction right away for a smooth and worry-free window replacement project. We offer Alside, one of the leading window brands in the country, to provide you with beautiful and energy-efficient windows available in a wide array of styles. Get in touch with us today at (844) 688-9632 to learn more about our products and services. We offer our services throughout Michigan.