If your windows are continuously fogging up, your window may have a damaged or broken seal. This problem can cause water damage, mold growth and floor stains, so it’s best to get it fixed as soon as possible.
Keep reading to learn how to keep your house windows from fogging up and what you can do to fix the issue.
There is an insulating airspace in between the glass panels that maintains a consistent temperature and reduces heat loss.
Most modern windows have two seals: an inner seal to protect against moisture and corrosion and an outer seal to protect the strength of the window. The seals hold a spacer in place—usually a tube containing water-absorbing chemicals.
When one seal begins to break, the other seal can last for a little while. However, as the window ages its components begin to break down, causing both seals to wear out and condensation to form. When this occurs, it is probably a good time for a window pane replacement.
Here are some other reasons to replace your windows:
Prevent Your House Windows from Fogging Up with Glass Doctor
Glass Doctor has years of experience replacing single panes in a double-pane window unit. Contact us today so we can install your new window and keep your windows from fogging up.
Schedule an appointment with one of our certified professionals at 855-603-1919.