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Condensation – The Red Flag of Window Insulation Quality

July 8th, 2021|

Condensation is a simple phenomenon that occurs under the right conditions of humidity and temperature. When an object is cooler than the air around it, the water molecules in the air come together and ‘stick’ to the surface, forming a thin layer of water droplets. It happens on your bathroom mirror, on the windows of your car, and yes, even on the windows of your home. We'll show you when condensation is cause for alarm or cause for celebration.

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