Our team answers homeowner questions every weekend on WCCO 830 AM from 9:00 am-10:00 am. Have your most pressing home improvement quandaries addressed by calling or texting 651-461-9226. Here’s the must-know information our COO, Andy Lindus shared on 11.26.22.
Why Is Condensation Bad On Windows?
Windows condensate in the winter when a home’s warm, humid air meets the window’s cold surface. Condensation on windows in cold weather can damage the frame and surrounding walls. Window condensation can also create mold, fungus and dry rot. Eliminating winter window condensation ensures that the health of your family remains intact.
Reasons Why Condensation Happens In Windows
Home Humidity Levels Are Too High
Healthy home humidity levels in the winter are different than the summer. As the outdoor temperatures drop, so should a home’s level of humidity. For example, if it’s 10 degrees outside, the home humidity level for winter should be no more than 30%.
Window Replacement Is Needed
If your residential windows are not open and have ice forming on the inside, they may be due for replacement. Frost around windows can mean that the glass pack is no longer performing as it should.
The Best Winter Windows
Infinity® from Marvin windows are ideal Wisconsin and Minnesota homeowners. Marvin replacement windows have glass that keeps heat in during the winter months. In the summer, the windowpanes, work to keep heat out. This means a more energy efficient home and lower heating and cooling bills.
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Request Your Winter Window Replacement Project
Western Wisconsin and Twin Cities residents relied on us since 1979 for windows. Our goal is to offer the best residential windows on the market. We are proud to offer a lifetime workmanship warranty.
Because of the installation techniques we use, winter window replacement can take place. This ensures that local homeowners aren’t stuck with a cold home and high energy bills all winter. Contact us today for a complimentary estimate.