Jun 24, 2019 1:15 pm
Hi, we have been in our house a year, during winter our windows get a lot of condensation on them and water builds up at the bottom of the windows. I'm just not sure if there is a cure for this? Or if something is wrong and that it shouldnt happen?
Re: Condensation on windows5
Jun 24, 2019 1:49 pm
[quote="Soph2":3qvlzfag]Is the water on the inside of the house/window?[/quote:3qvlzfag]
That’s usually the case with condensation 😕
Entirely normal when cold air is on the outside and warm air in, the colder the air outside the worst it gets. Also say in a bedroom where humans are breathing in and out seems to make it worse. Probably only good double glazing can resolve issue. You’re doing the right thing each day wiping it down to prevent mould etc. Just a daily task that needs to be continued.
Re: Condensation on windows6
Jun 24, 2019 3:33 pm
Hi Pat. Do you use unflued gas heating?
It produces lots of moisture into the air which condenses on the cold glass.
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