In the first part of our two-part blog, we talked about window condensation and how it occurs in your home. And while we established that too much humidity on your window can be a nuisance, it also serves as a warning sign that there’s too much indoor humidity.

Window Condensation

Now, Tittle Brothers Construction explains how replacement windows can solve your window condensation woes.

Moisture Between the Glass Panes

Too much moisture on the windows is a nuisance, but they become a real problem when they get between the glass panes. This happens when there’s seal failure, warning you that your window is nearing the end of its lifespan. The problem isn’t just the moisture potentially weakening the glass; seal failure also means your window isn’t doing its job ventilating and insulating your home.

So how do you solve this problem? We recommend replacing the windows’ glass panes and get new, airtight glass units. Our double- and triple-pane glass are ideal if your home experiences high levels of indoor humidity.

Replacing the Entire Window

Sometimes, you can’t replace just the glass panes either due to the style of the windows or the age. When this happens, you have to replace the entire window. When you’re out shopping for a new window, consider getting a style that’s engineered to handle humidity better.

Our line of replacement windows is designed to help prevent window condensation and make your home a more energy-efficient place. Count on us to customize your windows so that they fit your home.

Are you looking for replacements windows or need window repair? Then give us a call at (877) 228-5658 for more information on our services. We provide replacement windows throughout Detroit, MI.