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Condensation's year-round semblance - Unmasking a mystery
Have you ever wondered why your windows get all fogged up or drippy? It's not just a winter thing! From humid summers to chilly winters, condensation can form on your windows any time of the year.
New windows: a condensation solution?
If you've diligently followed recommendations to decrease humidity in your home but still find yourself grappling with persistent condensation issues, there might be underlying problems at play.
Winter humidity and temperature guidelines
As the winter chill settles in Ottawa, maintaining a cosy and healthy indoor environment becomes paramount. Your home's temperature and relative humidity are not just matters of personal preference; they play crucial roles in both your well-being and the integrity of your living space.
Understanding what causes window condensation
In Ontario, winter can bring beautiful sights, but not when it comes to the condensation and ice that forms on your windows. This visible issue can be uncomfortable and even harmful to your home's energy efficiency. Let's explore the common causes of this problem and learn how to prevent it with our expert advice.
Why should you take condensation seriously?
It's tempting to downplay the effects of window condensation as just a small amount of water, isn't it? However, in reality, these seemingly trivial water droplets can slowly seep into hidden spaces, where they can wreak havoc that may lead to home damage and health issues over time.
How to prevent condensation problems
Condensation on windows is a common problem that many homeowners face, especially during extreme temperatures. Not only can it be unsightly, but it can also cause damage to your home over time. In this article, we will discuss the causes of condensation and provide you with tips on how to prevent and manage it in your home.
Today’s window technology fights the climate
Windows are an important element in the passive solar management of your home, potentially providing heating, cooling, and lighting. How efficiently they do this can have a profound effect on your home energy costs. There are a lot of things a window manufacturer can do to make windows more efficient, but it's up to you to decide which ones are worth the cost.