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Combating Surface Condensation

Maintenance Tips and Window Care Guide

Where surface condensation is evident it should be considered as a warning sign. However, each person has his or her own level of personal comfort and the amount of condensation they are willing to accept, to maintain that level. If the occupants insist on a high level of humidity within the house, surface condensation must be expected when outside temperatures are low.

Some indications of surface condensation are:

  • Water or ice on windows
  • Frost on door handles and hinges, or door frozen shut
  • Fungus, mold and mildew growth
  • Damp spots or mildew on walls and ceiling
  • Damp spots or mildew on closet walls
  • Moisture on light fixtures
  • Moisture on water closets
  • Delaminating of plywood materials
  • Moisture on cold water pipes, walls and floors
  • Ice or frost under roof sheathing boards

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