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Condensation on windows: Good and Bad Condensation explained.

Creation date: May 24, 2024 8:22am     Last modified date: May 24, 2024 8:22am   Last visit date: Jun 9, 2024 5:13am
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May 24, 2024  ( 1 post )  
Daniel Brian (calios)



If you're puzzled by the
condensation on your windows, it's probably because the air indoors is warmer and more humid than the air outside. When this warm, humid air meets the cold surface of the glass window, it condenses into water droplets. To combat window condensation, consider reducing the moisture levels in your home or enhancing the insulation of your window glass.

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