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Why Is There Moisture Inside My Window?

Publication date:
March 31, 2022
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Moisture inside a window is caused by condensation, which occurs when a material like glass has two different temperatures on either side. If it’s cold outside and warm inside, windows collect moisture from inside until they’re dripping with water, which can lead to mold or water damage. The quality of windows affects condensation; old windows with only a single pane or two panes with a bad seal don't insulate well, causing more condensation. High-quality windows with two panes and a gas injected in between insulate better, resulting in minimal condensation. It's recommended to replace old windows to prevent water damage or mold.


moisture, window, condensation, insulate, quality, single pane, two panes, gas, water damage, mold, replace.

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Why Is There Moisture Inside My Window?
March 31, 2022
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