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Moisture in windows, condensation in windows, or foggy windows, is a result of broken window seals and
exceeding the saturation point of the absorbent material placed inside the thermal window by the manufacturer.
Over time, moisture from inside the home slowly enters and builds up between the window panes of house windows
to the point where condensation appears inside the window. This problem will only worsen over time with more
moisture entering the home window creating poorer visibility, eventually damaging the house windows beyond
repair, including the window sills.
While we can do most general home window repairs, we even do more!
We can fix foggy windows, remove condensation in windows, and do window moisture removal, from most thermal windows for a fraction of the cost of a new window replacement. Depending on the window size, two or more small inconspicuous holes are drilled through the outside pane of the foggy window to allow the window moisture removal and then replaced with dry air from outside. The inside of the window between the two window panes is first washed with a solution to remove any unsightly deposits and stains and then rinsed with a solution to assist in the drying process. A spacer bar desiccant sealer is injected to cover the bottom spacer bar as a window seal repair. This area is usually where most of the moisture enters from failed window seals.
A vent is then plugged into the holes to allow the home windows to continue to dry, regaining their original R-Value. Ask us for a free estimate for window repair that costs a fraction of new window replacement. Act now and contact State Restoration Services for home window moisture removal of condensation in windows.