Preventing Condensation with CertainTeed
In a single glazed home, humidity on cold windows and walls can form pools of moisture, often leading to the growth of unhealthy mold.
A major source of humidity is our own breathing, along with clothes driers, bubbling saucepans, hot showers and houseplants – all healthy activities for a lived-in home!
Condensation occurs when warm, humid air contacts a cooler surface, especially window glass and frames. This happens regularly in cooler weather, when your doors and windows are kept closed, retaining the moisture filled air.
The CertainTeed double-glazing resists moisture to prevent window condensation because humid air isn’t likely to condense on the warm inside panes of glass and the uPVC frames. Run through a checklist and reduce humidity in your home.