If not addressed immediately, window condensation can rot wood moulding, damage plaster and cause mold growth within your window unit.
Keep reading to learn why there is condensation on—and between—your windows, what you can do to prevent condensation in the future and steps to get rid of condensation.
Why Is There Condensation on My Windows?
Condensation on the exterior of your windows is a normal process, typically caused by high humidity levels. While this is more common in the summer months because of increased humidity, it can still occur in the winter.
Interior window condensation can be caused by excessive moisture in a home due to cooking, showering, and improper ventilation. This type of condensation often occurs during the winter months because of the extreme difference between inside and outside temperatures.