Moisture On Inside Window

Moisture is a common sight on the inside pane of you double glazed window between October and March. It is even move obvious on bedroom windows. The main reasons for this is lowering temperatures outside and the use of central heating inside. Any moisture that is in the air while the heat is on caused by cooking, showers and people breathing at night while asleep will condense on the colder windows as the temperature cools down. New a-rated glass can reduce this problem and increase the insulation of your room.

This moisture can cause a build up of mould around the paint work and can cause health problems. If you live in Dublin call us or fill in our quote form.

This is different from moisture between double pane of glass. In this case the seal has failed allowing moisture to be sucked between pains. As the temperature rises the moisture is vapourised and rises up glass and in the evening it condenses. Over time it will get worse and lead to streaks and clouding of the glass.

Contact us for ways of reducing this problem.