Window condensation is a frequent problem in winter for some and the last thing you should do is ignore it as not only does it look unsightly, but it can also eventually cause damp and mould to occur. Letting damp and mould settle can potentially have an adverse effect on your health in the form of respiratory issues such as asthma.
You will find it very useful to know what condensation actually is and what triggers it to blight your windows.
Condensation is the physical process by which a gas or vapour changes into a liquid. What causes it to happen is when the temperature of the glass falls below the ‘Dew Point’ temperature which is determined by the level of water in the atmosphere and the air temperature.
It’s these differences in temperatures between the inside and outside and the glass itself that results in condensation forming.
There are ways of lessening the threat of condensation. There are at least 5 very easy steps you can take:
If you need any further assistance in relation to condensation, please do not hesitate to pick up the phone or visit one of our showrooms to discuss it in more detail with an advisor.
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