Categories for Fogged Glass

What to Do About Your Foggy Windows

October 10, 2017

If your home has insulated glass windows, you probably save a bundle on your heating and cooling bills each month. Insulated windows do wonders to keep inside air in and outside air out. That not only saves money—it also helps keep your home more comfortable all year long. The only downside of insulated windows is that they can fail after a while. When this happens, your windows can fog up and prevent you from seeing through them as clearly as you should. Why do windows fog up? Windows can fog up for two different reasons. The first reason isn’t all... View Article

Everything You Need to Know About Insulated Windows and Fogged Glass

September 27, 2017

It goes without saying that too much dirt and grime makes it hard to see out of a window. That’s why tidy people like cleaning their windows on a regular basis. But what if it’s hard to look outside not because your windows are dirty, but because they’re permanently fogged up? That’s a big problem! Foggy windows are the result of an issue with your insulated glass. While the fog won’t always be noticeable, it can show up from time to time when the temperature is just right. Keep reading to learn more. What are insulated windows? Insulated windows are... View Article

Everything You Need to Know About Fogged Double Paned Glass

May 24, 2017

Homeowners across the country may find themselves perplexed each time they try looking out their windows, only to find out that they’re all fogged up. Foggy glass in Alaska happens in both the summer and winter months when the temperature inside is much different than the temperature outside. Moisture that condenses on either the inside or the outside of the glass causes the glass to temporarily fog up. Unfortunately, after a while, that fog can become a constant issue with no clear DIY remedy. After several years, that moisture can begin to build up inside your windows, in between your... View Article

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