How 1-800-HANSONS Avoids Window Condensation
Window condensation is a common nuisance in many homes. It’s usually just a nuisance, but some people consider it a big problem. We can’t blame them as condensation can cause other problems over time:
Several other similar issues that affect the house, not just the windows
We at 1-800-HANSONS know how big a problem this can be, which is why we ensure that when we install windows in your home, you never have to deal with this nuisance in the future.
It’s Not All in the Windows
First of all, you should know that it’s never the fault of the windows that condensation occurs. Most people believe that the windows are to blame. However, this is impossible, as windows don’t directly cause condensation. When they get wet, it means that there is moisture around them.
Windows are just the first to show that you have a problem with moisture because water collects on glass quickly, unlike with many other materials. Plus, it's very visible once it appears.
The moisture and humidity appear when the difference between outside and indoor temperature is too great. That's why window condensation is the most common during winter. So, the best solution for you is to make sure there's less humidity in your home. However, that's not all that you need to do. The windows play their part as well. Even though they don't directly cause the problem, they can certainly help fix it, especially when your house has replacement windows from 1-800-HANSONS.
How 1-800-HANSONS Can Solve Your Problem
We are well aware that sometimes, whatever you do, the condensation still appears on the windows. If all options are exhausted, then the problem very likely lies in how the windows were installed or in the fact that they are of lower quality and have cracks in them.
That’s why we make sure not to make the same mistakes contractors and other window installer services tend to make. The windows we install are new and of the highest quality, which ensures you won’t have any problems.
Plus, we use energy-efficient windows, which help reduce condensation. These windows impact the temperature and humidity level in your home, which ensures that no condensation will appear on them.
Now, that doesn’t mean that the windows we place in your home will break the bank. On the contrary, our prices are very competitive. We also make sure that our service is of the highest quality. You can rest assured that our windows and expert installation process won’t result in any condensation.
On top of that, we offer a lifetime warranty!
When you put all that together, you get happy customers. So, if you’re ready to get rid of your window condensation problem for good, it’s time to call 1-800-HANSONS, and let us fix your condensation problem!
Click here to schedule your FREE window estimate today!
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