With the excess humidity, we’ve experienced this summer in Akron, it’s almost guaranteed that your windows fogged up at one point or another this season. Whether you find your kids drawing smiley faces in the condensation or you’re wiping it away in frustration, rest assured that condensation happens to every shape, style, and size of window.
However, not all condensation is created equal. This is especially the case if your windows are permanently foggy and no amount of cleaning will make it go away. This Q&A will help answer some of the most common questions on condensation that we hear from homeowners.
Can you believe how fast the summer is going? There is still plenty of time to enjoy the warm weather, and the good news is that there’s still time to spruce up your exterior as well.
As we go into the month of August, consider these 4 midsummer curb appeal ideas:
When you’re ready to replace your windows, you likely have a lot of questions and concerns swirling around in your head.
As you’re on the journey of buying replacement windows, you’ll quickly run into industry lingo that might throw you for a loop. Especially if you’re new to window replacement, these terms might sound confusing and even intimidating to homeowners.
The good news is that we are here to set the record straight. This is some of the most common window lingoes you’ll find and what it means for your next project: