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When looking at your home’s new windows and doors during the winter, you may notice condensation on the inside of the window. This becomes more common throughout the Chicagoland area as temperatures drop considerably in the winter months.
In most cases, this is caused by excessive humidity within the home or specific rooms of the home. During the winter months, many people prefer higher levels of humidity as this helps us breathe easier and keeps our skin from drying out.
However, problems arise as temperatures get very low. As temperatures fall, humidity can form on the inside glass itself – Ice may even form! This phenomenon will not harm the glass, but should be managed to prevent harm to any wood framing or trim.
According to experts, the best options for remedying this issue are to:
- Turn down the humidifier – If your home has one
- Use a dehumidifier in the home to decrease the level of moisture in the air
- Ensure your exhaust fans are operating when showering, cooking, drying clothes, etc.
- A dry towel may be used to clean up any condensation that starts to form on the windows and will help to prevent ice forming
For more information, please download our Window & Water : Condensation Facts PDF.
All three materials may be able to fulfill your needs. Evergreen Door & Window is pleased to offer all three options. Our consultant will make the best recommendation based upon your needs, budget & tastes.
In order to maintain our industry-leading warranty, all of our windows are installed by factory-trained and industry-certified installation companies.
We aim to leave your home cleaner than when we came! Our installers take great care to disturb your home as little as possible during the installation process.
There are many factors to consider when purchasing. In order to give you the best, most accurate quote, we’ll need to get out to your home to measure and speak in detail about your needs. We can then give you an exact quote for the total investment.
The exact cost for window installation varies depending on the style of windows you purchased and the complexity of installation needed. The energy efficiency of our windows will help you save on your utility bills, making the overall cost less in the long run.
For your convenience, we offer payment by check, cash and credit cards. We also offer financing through our partner, GreenSky®.
Beginning January 1st, 2023 and until the end of 2032, the Energy Efficient Home Improvement Credit under the Inflation Reduction Act will cover the costs of up to 30% of certain home improvements made throughout the year. The annual limit for the credit is $1,200, with the following additional limits for doors and windows:
- $250 for a single exterior door, or $500 for all exterior doors
- $600 for exterior windows & skylights
*Evergreen Door & Window recommends consulting with a tax advisor on how to apply the tax credit to your home improvement projects.