Condensation on the inside of a window or sliding glass door indicates that the humidity level inside the room is higher inside than outside and that the air exchange in the room is too low. Excess moisture on the inside of a window blocks your view and can lead to mold and mildew below and around the window or glass door. Below are some easy steps to reduce the risk of excess condensation.
The windows and sliding glass doors that we install and maintain, such as Marvin, Pella, Milgard and Andersen windows are made specifically for the Northwest climate and the moisture associated with it so if you simply follow the tips provided above you should not have significant issues with condensation on your windows.
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