Window Condensation
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    Condensation On Windows, Doors, Porches.

Every once and in a while you will see some form of condensation on the window in your home. Condensation appears on your window as a result of the inside warmth coming in contact with the outside coldness.

If you keep the humidity in your house high then you will have a good chance for condensation but if you keep it low you won’t see it so much but what you will see is the family wearing more layers of clothing inside than they may outside.

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What can be done about this? The answer is simple, new windows, not just new windows but energy efficient windows. This will keep the temperature inside your home at a normal level that can work with the cold temps outside.

The reason for the change would be by replacing your old windows with energy saving windows allows the U factors that happens inside the glass surface, keeps the temperature closer to the temperature of the room thereby causing the same air coming together, rather than combining cold and hot air causing the condensation.

Also, extremely insulated windows that have about 3 or more layers can eliminate the condensation as well, even under the extreme cold weather. This is also makes for another way of being energy efficient as well. You may want new windows in the long run but the insulation is a quick fix.

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