Window condensation can happen for a variety of reasons. It could be the result of older windows that have a single pane, or could be due to a lack of airflow across the surface of the window because it is covered with a blind or a curtain. Regardless of how it’s happening, interior window condensation is usually a sign that there is too much moisture in your home.
Warm air inside your home will condense on cold windows when the outside of the window is colder than the dew point, but there are some ways how you can take care of window condensation.
If you’ve noticed that your windows are attracting moisture, consider the following:
If you do not take care of the problem of excess moisture, you may find that you have problems with mildew and mold in the future. The good news is that window condensation can be easily remedied with the tips above. Call our team today for more information!