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How Double Glazing Windows Can Help With Condensation

Condensation is a common condition within many homes. Condensation is caused by water droplets forming on surfaces that are cooler than the surrounding air (think of a cold glass of water in the sun).

Unfortunately, this situation can have some frustrating consequences if it happens to occur on windows.

Moist air will reduce your view of the outside environment and may even lead to maintenance issues such as rotting wood and mould over time. The good news is that double-glazed windows can help to eliminate these concerns. Let’s take a look at why this type of glazing can have a massive impact.

How Will Double Glazing Prevent Condensation?

Double-glazed windows are comprised of two panes of glass separated by a small amount of air. This warm air acts as an insulator, as it is a relatively poor conductor of heat. This is the main reason why double-glazed windows and doors are excellent options if you have been hoping to reduce heating costs. However, this thermal property also helps to moderate the temperature of the interior pane of glass. As the pane will remain closer to the temperature of the room, the chances of condensation and water vapour are much less likely.

The Importance of the Heat Within the Room

We should still point out that double-glazed windows will only work efficiently when the room is sufficiently heated. If the room is not heated properly, the thermal efficiency of the windows will be lowered and heat will inevitably be lost due to a process known as conduction. This also signifies that condensation is more likely to occur as a result of the lower relative temperature of the surface of the glass. So, be sure to set your thermostat at the appropriate level if you hope to maximise the benefits associated with double-glazed windows.

Beauty and a Bespoke Sense of Longevity

The double-glazed windows and doors offered by Don Valley Window Systems Ltd. are able to provide you and your family with the peace of mind of knowing that they will provide superior thermal insulation when compared to their single-pane counterparts. However, a reduction of condensation should also never be taken lightly.

If you are looking for highly trained specialists who perform double-glazing in Sheffield, you have come to the right place. Please give one of our representatives a call at your earliest convenience if you would like to learn more.

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