If you are seeing fog and condensation between the panes of your insulated windows, it means the seals around their glass inserts have broken. Moisture then leaks in between panes and condensates, fogging up the window at certain times of the day, depending on inside and outside temperatures as well as the sun’s position. In most cases, you do not need to go to the expense of replacing the whole window. Replacing just the glass will fix fogging, and will restore the window’s insulation value. Consider replacing the glass of a fogged window before winter, and before your heating bill can be impacted.
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