Condensation on Bath Windows

We have a bath window that has condensation. Will a new window eliminate this problem?

Condensation is a result of the difference between the indoor and outside air temperature. Condensation is happening more than likely due to a break in the window seal and/or deterioration of window flashing or an installation issue. If the cause has been determined due to a break in the window seal and if your windows are less than
10 years old, the window manufacturer should replace the window for no charge. More than likely there would be installation fees.

Window technology has improved by leaps and bounds over the past several years. It is important to keep in mind when purchasing windows whether retrofit or new, the windows should at a minimum, at least be Energy Star qualified.

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