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Dealing With Condensation in Your Home This Winter

by:GOWORLD     2020-07-27
Many homes are affected by condensation. The chances are you've noticed that moisture has started to build up on the inside of the glass now that winter is well and truly here. This can often happen in homes which have older windows as they tend not to provide a barrier which is effective enough to protect the warm house from the colder exterior. Condensation occurs predominantly throughout the colder months when warm, moist air meets a cold surface. It is the most common cause of dampness, and is more frequently found in colder rooms. Every day activities can produce a surprising amount of water. For example, cooking can produce up to two liters and having the tumble drier on can create an amazing four liters! When condensation builds up, it can result in the growth of mold which can present a serious problem in your home. This can affect walls and ceilings, furniture, fixtures and fittings, clothes and linen and can have harmful effects on the health of the people in your household. When left, moisture can also rot wooden window frames. Here are some top tips for managing moisture in your home and preventing the build-up of condensation:
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