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Don Woolley reviewed on Bristol Windows Inc
We replaced our dining room windows as well as our nine foot patio door some time ago. We are not happy at all. In the late summer and early springtime when there is dew on the outside plants the top two fixed windows in the dining room collwct so much dew on the outside you cannot see out The bottom awning windows stay clear but why? The patio door has both side lights fixed and they both fog over also but the sliding panel stays clear. We have complained about this matter before and had a service individual here, was told the humidity was too high in the house. Please someone tell me how that will affect the outside when you have three panes of glass between inside and out. The sales people tout how energy saving these windows are since no heat can escape in the winter so how does the humidity do it this time of year? Maybe I'm missing something along the way but my Anderson windows which we replaced never did this so where did I go wrong? I should have been smarter and not went for the patio door since that was the second go round, the first time I got took was not my fault but the second time I should have known better. It would be interesting to know just how many other people are having this same problem and have gotten no where in getting it corrected. Will be interesting to see what kind of reply I get to this review.
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