Warning: Do not use abrasive cleaners or brushes as they may damage the finish on your window or door.
Most windows we install are Low-emissive (Low-e). When caring for these types of windows there are specific things to keep in mind:
Condensation on the glass surface of a window occurs when high-interior moisture content meets low temperatures on the glass. This is a natural occurrence and a sign that excessive moisture is present in the home.
Don’t be concerned about minor condensation, or fogging, that appears on the lower corners of windows. However, the lower the outside window temperature and the higher the interior humidity, the more condensation can occur. Continued or heavy condensation on windows means there’s a lot of humidity inside. This can lead to interior damage and to other health-related concerns.
To reduce excess humidity:
Ventilate the interior of your home by opening windows and doors periodically so interior moisture can escape.
Use exhaust fans more frequently and for a longer period, particularly when showering.
Use ceiling fans to circulate the air.
Install a dehumidifier.
Open attic or basement crawl-space louvers.
Vent the clothes dryer and all gas burners to the outside.