February 3, 2020
If your windows inside collect moisture and ice during the cold snaps, you may have a humidity problem. Managing your home humidity levels can be a difficult task during the winter months. If your humidity is too high in relation to the temperature outside, you will end up with condensation on your windows, which can damage the windows, the casing, and the drywall. This can also lead to mold and mildew problems within your home, which are harmful to your health.
Following these steps should reduce condensation on your windows. If you try these steps and continue to have humidity buildup on your windows, consider contacting Always Plumbing & Heating to help you determine what the problem is and how to address it.