The best windows in bathroom

Aleccc99
Aleccc99: Can you advise me the best kind of windows in the bathroom?
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Aura
Aura: go for frosted glass
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Angry Beaver
Angry Beaver: Yeah, that
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The giant midget
The giant midget: Windows in bathrooms are very important and do serve a purpose also , all windows should and must be operating either upwards or sideways.
Leaving windows open during and for a while after showering or taking a bath will stop condensation forming. If your bathroom doesn't have any windows, leaving a door open will reduce the presence of excessive amounts of moisture.
Window coverings are just cosmetics aka curtains,frosty even paint
Refrain from any wood frame windows very expensive with heaps of maintenance
In my type of business I only buy the best looking and the cheapest one possible which are the plastic casings with double panelled glass inserts
For personal use and family I only use the Fiberglas casings with the double panel glass with ER gas filled

If you need info on RO's for windows and doors by law codes or anything related to construction in Canada let me know,
33 years experience 😎😎😎
(Edited by The giant midget)
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kylieMcNulty
kylieMcNulty: I have a small window with a fan built in the framework. If I take a bath or shower I can turn on the ventilation & in the summer if it is warm I can open the window + blinds help a lot because you won't anyone can see you as you the way as you were born
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The giant midget
The giant midget: Frost film does the trick Kylei
I did a see through film on my sunroom ,we can see outside but extremely difficult to see inside
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crazy2t
crazy2t: i have a roof window few times i was on roof checking out wife
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The giant midget
The giant midget: Be careful around those rooftop windows or skylights specially if you weigh about 35 stones or more ,
Wtf you doing on a roof checking on your woman ??
Unsecured???
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