If you live in a cold climate, you know what it’s like to wake up and have to clear the condensation from your windows so that you can see out of them. This is annoying and makes it hard to enjoy being inside when there are no views visible through window glass. In this blog post, we’ll share some quick tips that will help prevent your windows from fogging up!
Turn off the heat in your house when you go to sleep or leave for work.
Use a dehumidifier (or even better, an air purifier) during cold months; this will help maintain humidity levels and prevent moisture from forming on surfaces inside your home. This works exceptionally well if it is humid outside too!
Install window film; it creates a barrier that keeps the outside cold air out and inside warm air in. This is especially effective if you get fogging on your windows during the summer months too! It’s also great at keeping energy bills down, which means less money spent on heating costs!
Always use double-paned windows in new construction. They can significantly reduce condensation and fogging, even in cold climates!
Use a fan to circulate the air inside your home if it is moisture-laden outside or during humid months; this will help dry out windows more quickly so you won’t have as much time for them to accumulate condensation from being too damp!
Make sure your windows are completely clean before you go to bed or leave for work. This is because small amounts of condensation can form on the interior, which will cause them to fog up when they get warm inside! Keeping surfaces free from dirt and debris helps prevent this problem entirely.
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