The often turbulent weather will have many folks in metro Atlanta contemplating whether to replace their existing roof system. Replacing a damaged roof is one of the most important projects a homeowner can do to protect their most treasured, and often most valuable, investment.
We often focus solely on updating the inside of a home and leave the outside alone. However, the exterior is just as important to consider. Creating “curb appeal” is real estate language for making a good first impression. We drive out of our driveway every day and forget what we thought about our house the first time we saw it.
A common question we hear from homeowners — both those who have recently had windows replaced and those considering window replacement — is “Why do I have condensation on the inside of my windows?” In fact, many homeowners consider replacing their windows in an effort to cure this problem. To answer the question, let’s determine what causes window condensation.