Let’s hope that summer hasn’t finished quite yet, but at some point temperatures will start to plummet and that’s when condensation is most likely to form on your windows.
It can be stopped though and it needs to be stopped, otherwise you run the risk of it causing mould and damp, and in some circumstances, damaging your health.
When there’s water vapour in the air that is unable of escaping from a house that’s when condensation happens and it most commonly transpires due to a lack of insulation or poor heating.
The coolness of winter is a time when any air indoors is most ineffective at holding vapour and as it builds up it results in those very familiar water droplets forming on the cold surfaces of windows.
There are ways of minimising the chances of being greeted by the sight of condensation on your windows when pulling back the curtains first thing in the morning:
If you need a further understanding of condensation or want more methods of stopping it, contact Hazlemere for the best advice around.
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