The fight against condensate on the windows

Condensate on windows – a fairly common problem. And the reasons for this dilemma and ways to get rid of it are many. The problem is that most often on the surface of the window from the inside the temperature is lower than inside. Cold air increases to the “dew point”, and the warm air of the room condenses in condensate. “The dew point” depends on atmospheric pressure, t and relative humidity.

There are the following grounds for the cold temperature near the window.

If walls and slopes without insulation, then cool air without interference penetrates inside and acts as the basis of condensate. This problem is corrected by insulation of the wall from the outside.

This can be a poor -quality installation of plastic windows. In this case, you should contact the management of the company and demand to adjust the “jambs”.

Excessively sweeping window sills can also become the basis for a warm air deficiency near the window. Window sills overlap the passage of warm air flows from heating radiators.