Need to Fix Foggy Windows?

Here is how we can save you money

When you have foggy windows, there is no need to replace the whole window when you can replace the glass at a fraction of the cost. Give NextechGlass a call at (414) 453-1060 so you can check this off your list.

Solution to fogged windows

Foggy glass can be a real concern for people due to molding, lack of energy efficiency and low visibility. This is a problem that you will want to fix quickly.

We have a solution. You can enjoy a range of benefits that go beyond clear visibility by replacing just the affected glass. This includes improved energy efficiency and enhanced indoor air quality. By opting for this proactive approach you can have a renewed sense of pride in your home.

Why replace foggy windows?

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One of the primary advantages of foggy glass replacement is the restoration of clear visibility. Low visibility can become a hazard to your home.  You can once again enjoy a crystal-clear view, bringing the outside in and creating a brighter, more inviting living space.

Energy efficiency is another compelling reason to consider replacement. When seals fail or glass becomes foggy, it often indicates an issue with insulation. These compromised windows can result in drafts, air leakage, and energy loss. By replacing the damaged glass with energy-efficient options, such as double or triple-pane windows with low-emissivity coatings, you can significantly reduce heat transfer. This will maintain a more comfortable indoor temperature and lower your energy bills.

Foggy glass can also contribute to poor indoor air quality. Condensation on windows provides a breeding ground for mold and mildew, which can negatively impact your respiratory health and the overall well-being of your home. This can be an issue for those that are prone to allergies or asthma. By replacing foggy glass, you eliminate the moisture-related issues that can lead to mold growth, creating a healthier environment for you and your family.

Moreover, glass replacement can restore the beauty and aesthetic appeal of your home. Fogged windows create a dull and damp appearance, detracting from the overall curb appeal. By replacing the glass, you can instantly refresh the exterior of your home, increasing its attractiveness and potentially enhancing its market value.

Why are your windows foggy?

There are multiple reasons for why your window is getting foggy. It could be due to:

  • Condensation in the interior of the window.
  • Condensation in the exterior of the window.
  • Condensation trapped in between the window panes.

Both condensation in the interior or in the exterior are not issues. When condensation is trapped in between the window panes, that would mean your aging double-paned window seal is broken.

Replace foggy windowsThe sealant is a rubber gasket that is meant to prevent air and water from coming through the window. It can wear from aging, temperature and humidity of the home. When it is broken, it can cause the cold air from outside and the warm air from inside to mix together in-between the panes. This creates the fog in your windows.

What to do if a window seal is broken?

When condensation between window panes forms, it means the seal on the insulated glass has broken. Since this is just a glass issue, you will only need to replace the glass, not the entire window. Click to learn more about Nextech Glass' services.

Why call NextechGlass

When considering foggy glass replacement, it's important to work with experienced professionals. NextechGlass is Milwaukee's hometown glass expert. We specialize in both thermo pane and plate glass window replacement. We will assess the condition of your existing windows, recommend suitable replacement options, and ensure proper installation for optimal performance and longevity. By partnering with our experts in the field, you can rest assured that the foggy glass issue will be resolved effectively, restoring clarity and beauty to your home. Click to fill out the form and someone will contact you.

NextechGlass can be reached at (414) 453-1060 Milwaukee area and (414) 409-7263 in Waukesha and Lake Country