Condensation is among the most typical issues house owners face and since it is not caused by windows, glass or glazing, we have actually produced a useful brochure called Condensation– Some Causes, Some Suggestions in which we describe the issue and suggest options for your house.

What is Condensation?

Condensation is defined as the physical procedure by which a gas or vapour modifications into a liquid. If the temperature of an item (e.g. yard, metal, glass) falls listed below what is called the ‘dew point’ temperature level for a provided relative humidity of the surrounding air, water vapour from the environment condenses into water beads on its surface.

The humidity varies according to the amount of water in the atmosphere and the ambient air temperature level.

Why is there Condensation on my Windows?

With regard to windows and doors, it is the difference in temperature between the internal and external environments that triggers condensation to form on surface areas such as glass.

For any help or advice regarding any Condensation on your windows, contact St Helen’s Glazing – We are Here For You.