Clear windows are ideal. They invite welcomed visitors in, they look whimsical and gorgeous from the outside, and they draw in sunlight that can light up the home and make it a more pleasant place to be. The windows are the barrier between the outside and the inside, and the light through the Windows Arlington ends up filling the space with brilliant radiance. But, fogginess gets in the way of all of that. Foggy panes are ugly, at the best. At the worst, they block out light and stifle the potential beauty of the home with a dull and cloudy lighting.

Foggy windows are caused by trapped moisture. There is a small quantity of water in the air that is common during a rainstorm or in the aftermath of a storm. The moisture is caught up in the window panes, and it “escapes” into the panels. The moisture is indefinitely trapped. It is not provided a clear place to evaporate because there is no clear exit to the air. So the moisture is retained in flux- between the outside air and the pleasant interior. The moisture ultimately stays in the pane and causes that frustrating foggy look that is an instant eyesore. It can take weeks or months to develop.

Unfortunately, non-foggy windows are not only a cosmetic preference. Fogged windows also diminish the energy-efficiency of the home. The trapped moisture is cooled. During the winter, more cool air is able to get through the windows. This makes heating more expensive. The same applies during the summer. The cool air from the home is absorbed and captured in the windows, only to release to the outside. Windows in Arlington needs to be a nearly impenetrable force for the maximum amount of energy efficiency. Unfortunately, foggy windows only help create a nice transition from the outside to the inside.

Foggy windows are invasive, unappealing, and unproductive. The team at AAA Glass specializes in repairing or replacing foggy window panes in residential communities at a competitive industry price. It is likely to get a single foggy pane removed at the most affordable rate possible.