Mold growing on the windows is more common than you think, and is the result of prolonged exposure to extreme condensation. Far from harmless, the proliferating mold not only affects the appearance of the windows but also its structural integrity and overall life span. [Read more…]
Ever wonder what causes your windows to fog up on a particularly hot or cold day? When the surface of the window glass is cooler than the air around it, moisture in the air turns into vapor, which accumulates on the glass. On a hot summer day, the window glass is cooler than the air outside, which leads to condensation on the outside of the window. The opposite happens on a cold winter day. [Read more…]
If you are planning to replace your windows, fall is the perfect time to schedule the project. For starters, contractors tend to have more flexible schedules once the summer rush comes to an end, making it easier to schedule your project when you want. The main advantage of scheduling your window installation in the fall, however, is the energy savings you’ll enjoy once winter comes.