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What to Do About Window Condensation

As temperatures continue to drop, you may notice a thin layer of frost or beads of moisture on the interior facings of your window panes. Don’t automatically jump to conclusions that your windows are not doing their jobs. In fact, just the reverse is probably true. Condensation is actually created when moist air comes into contact with a colder surface like a wall, window or mirror.

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Window Makeover New Partnership with Andersen Windows

For the past 20 years, our team at Window Makeover has taken a huge amount of pride in striving to be the best at what we do. We are incredibly proud to announce our new status with one of the premiere names in the USA: Andersen Windows.

 
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Completing Window Restoration During the Winter

At Window Makeover, we stay busy 12 months out of the year. We are coming into the time of year when many homeowners hesitate to call us – thinking that winter may not be the greatest time of the year to tackle a window restoration project.

 
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The Most Common Signs of Window Rot

Moist or damaged wood, foggy glass and ill-fitting hardware all detract from your home’s look and feel and can negatively impact the value of your home. Window Makeover knows that if these issues are left unchecked, they can lead to more costly home repairs and even structural damage.