Condensation on your windows is not your windows fault

As we cross over seasons from summer to fall, it's time to start thinking about buttoning up your home for another cold winter ahead. One of the ways to keep the heat indoors is by replacing your windows (obviously). However, after you have us replace your windows and patio doors, what else can you do to keep the air quality in your home at a comfortable level?

Improve air quality in your home

Here is an article that will give you good tips on how you can improve the air quality in your home. If you start to see condensation on your windows, here are further suggestions to investigate:

1. Be sure to check your basement and attic for potential moisture/ventilation concerns.

2. Consider purchasing a humidistat which gauges relative humidity in the rooms of your home

3. Open fireplace dampers to allow an escape route for moisture-laden air

You can download our "Care and Maintenance Guide" from the corporate website to learn more about how to take care of your new Renewal by Andersen Windows and understanding condensation.