Did you know that condensation is a normal phenomenon and the cause is different if it is interior condensation versus exterior fog? Find out more in our articles dedicated to door and window condensation. Also, we will offer tips to help you reduce humidity levels in your home!
Mold on Window Frames: Removing and Preventing It
Mold: you don’t want to find it in your fridge, much less anywhere else in your house. This is because mold growth can pose a genuine health hazard. Are you letting the windows in your house turn into doorways allowing mold to enter your home? Here are some useful tips for preventing mold from growing around your windows.Read the article
Replace windows, replace IGU or defog: Which is right for me?
When is it time to replace your windows rather than just replacing the insulated glass unit or getting your windows defogged? If you have already typed the words “foggy windows” into an online search engine, the results you saw likely came mainly from manufacturers, distributors or installers. However, nowadays there are also companies on the market that specialize in replacing insulated glass units or defogging windows; you can find them both on the Internet and in person at events such as home shows.Read the article
Condensation inside windows: how to regulate the humidity inside your home
In September, we discussed exterior condensation on windows, a typical phenomenom at this time of the year that’s unrelated to the energy efficiency of your windows. Now that winter is knocking, condensation may appear inside. But again, this may not be due to the efficiency of your windows (and patio doors).Read the article
What causes the condensation of your windows?
The nights are now cooler, so you may see condensation appear on your windows (and patio doors). Don’t worry; it’s not because your windows weren’t properly installed or aren’t performing well. Here’s why this phenomenon is common at this time of year.Read the article