If your window experiences frequent fogging, it could mean it is damaged or has a broken seal. Learn how to keep your windows from fogging up in this article.
You may have probably already noticed condensation on your windows during winter when it is cold outside. Often, you experience condensation on the inside and frost on the outside of windows. Condensation is especially prominent overnight when the heaters in your home are running to keep the temperatures warm. The same phenomenon occurs during summer when the internal temperatures are cooler, and the external temperatures are high. With time, this issue can be so profound that it causes an accumulation of water on the inner sides of your windows. Fortunately for you, there are several ways to fix this issue. Keep reading to learn more about them.