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What to do About Condensation on Windows

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The blog post titled "What to Do About Condensation on Windows" on the ACMO (Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario) website addresses the issue of condensation on windows in condominiums. The article explains that condensation occurs when warm, moist air comes into contact with cold surfaces, leading to water droplets forming on the windows. It discusses the potential causes of condensation, including high humidity levels, inadequate ventilation, and thermal bridging. The blog post provides practical tips and suggestions to address condensation issues, such as controlling indoor humidity, improving ventilation, and using window coverings or insulating film. It also emphasizes the importance of proper maintenance and regular inspections to prevent condensation problems. The article concludes by recommending consulting with professionals if condensation issues persist or worsen.


Condensation on windows, condominiums, warm air, moist air, cold surfaces, water droplets, high humidity levels, inadequate ventilation, thermal bridging, indoor humidity control, ventilation improvement, window coverings, insulating film, maintenance, inspections, professional consultation.

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What to do About Condensation on Windows
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