Question by lymanspond: Anderson Window condensation?
We have a 1950’s cape we put in a anderson bow window, as of the last 4 ot 5 years we get condesation in a spot in the middle of the window(only in the middle of the window), it is on the inside of the window, being an older cape the house is “not airtight”
As cold weather is moving in we see the condesation, but thats the only window with condensation, the air in the house is dry……the only thing that we can think of is puting foam insulation under the deck of the bow window…….
the window falls under the twenty year anderson window guarntee, but at the “home” center I go to I get into little arguments about this……I have downloaded anderson windows “guide to condensation, but this isn’t exactly covered ……. any suggestions……
the moisture is inside the house and only in the center of the window….
not between the two panes of glass…
and also we don’t have a high level of humidity, it is the only window in the house that does this…
Answer by yaska
You can install a clear plastic either in the inside or outside of the window. This plastic with the tape can be purchased at Walmart. I put mine on the outside so that the tape does not damage the paint in any way.
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