In part one of this blog series, we discussed the mechanics of condensation and talked about a few strategies to manage it. Here in part two, we go a bit more in-depth and explain how our window replacements can help you deal with your condensation problems. We also talk about the other benefits of our energy-efficient Renewal by Andersen® windows.
Our energy-efficient windows in Rochester, MN, can help reduce condensation thanks to several features. Our High-Performance™ Low-E4® glass comes standard with a selective multi-layer low emissivity (Low-E) coating. This Low-E coating minimizes unwanted heat transfer. This helps your interior stay warmer in winter and cooler in summer. The Low-E coating also helps minimize condensation because it makes our window glass warmer. This means condensation has fewer places to form.
We complement our performance glass package with a low-conductivity spacer. As an expert in window and door replacement in Lake City, MN, we use a stainless steel spacer. This steel spacer is strong and thin, so it conducts less energy and keeps our windows from getting cold. We also utilize an insulating argon gas blend to complement our performance glass. Finally, Renewal by Andersen optimized the space between our two panes of glass to further increase energy efficiency.
Since your interior temperature is more stable, it means it’s also more comfortable. The strong and durable spacer and double seals also greatly reduce the risk of drafts. The more stable indoor temperature also reduces the strain on your utility systems, reducing their energy consumption. Depending on location, our window installation in Rochester, MN, can save you up to 25% in your energy bills.
Our energy-efficient windows can help reduce condensation, save you money on energy bills, and help increase your home’s comfort level. In addition, we complement our top-notch products with skilled installation. Renewal by Andersen of Rochester, MN, has many years of experience, so you can rely on us for smooth window replacement. Call us at (507) 281-9634 to learn more about our energy-efficient windows. You can also call for a free window consultation.
If you missed the first part of this blog series, we talked about the mechanics of condensation. You’ll learn how condensation forms, the causes of indoor moisture, and some strategies to help manage condensation in your home.