“Help! My New Window Replacement is Fogging Up My View! What Do I Do?”

Perhaps some of you have heard of the phrase “new is not always better”. Technology can have certain drawbacks, and one of these is window condensation. This is especially true for people who have weather stripping windows, which keeps the cold air out and the warm air in. These types of windows are great for keeping you warm during winter, or cool during summer, but are not well suited for view watching.

The first thing you need to know is that fog in windows is caused by condensation. Your windows are more likely to fog up if there is a big difference between outside and inside temperature in your home. New replacement windows are of course tightly sealed and insulated to keep your home comfortable during extremely hot or cool weather.