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6 Comments

  1. Troy Blackburn

    I wasn’t aware that fogging or condensation on the window glass could indicate that the seal has failed and needs replacing. I’ve heard that when the seal has failed, you’ll quickly end up paying too much money each month on your energy bill. I’ll be sure to keep this great information in mind so that I can check on my windows and see if it’s time to have them replaced.

  2. John

    I didn’t realize that condensation in the glass was a sign that the seals had failed an required a window replacement. This is definitely good to know since I noticed some condensation on my living room windows. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but I’ll be sure to look at getting them replaced so I don’t have to deal with expensive energy bills.

  3. Ellie Davis

    I didn’t know that mold or dark spots could indicate that you need to replace your window. My husband and I just bought an older house and we have noticed most of the windows have these dark spots around them. Maybe it is time to find a company to come in and replace these.

  4. Kairi Gainsborough

    Thanks for the advice to watch out for rot or mold on the wood around your window. My husband and I moved into an older house with single-pane windows in wooden frames. Some of the wood is breaking off, and there is definitely mold. I’ll have to have the frames replaced soon. I don’t want the mold to get anyone in my family sick.

  5. Marcus Coons

    Thanks for mentioning how you should replace your windows if you see signs of decay around it. It is important to remember that doing this can help you know how to properly maintain your windows and keep your family safe. Personally, I would also want to take the time to consult with a professional in order to get quality repairs or replacement.

  6. Gerty Gift

    I appreciate what you said about the presence of condensation usually means that the seal has failed. I have been noticing some condensation on our windows more and more often, but I never really got close enough to them to see what the problem was. I think that it might be a good idea to start thinking about getting them replaced so that we don’t run any risks of damaging the house or getting drafts in the winter.

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