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  • Re caulk the window. You can get window caulk in any hardware store. But you'd probably have better luck if you get a dehumidifier. If you're handy you can make one yourself. https://www.diynatural.com/indoor-humidity-in-house/
  • Hey! I had a situation that after years of good use, insulated glass panels may become foggy, but it doesn’t mean the windows need to be replaced. Foggy windows obstruct a view and can lead to further issues and window coverings won't fix the problem. I do believe that in such a case it's better to apply to professionals. From my own experience I can suggest https://www.unitedwindowspro.com. They are trusted by hundreds of customers in Denver and beyond.
  • Anything that's broken will obviously create a problem, duh!

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