Will Double Glazing Stop Condensation?

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Double glazing can help reduce condensation on windows, but it may not completely stop it.

Condensation occurs when moisture in the air comes into contact with a cold surface, such as a single-pane window. With double glazing, there is an insulated gap between the two panes of glass, which helps to keep the interior pane warmer and reduce the chance of condensation forming.

However, factors such as high humidity levels, poor ventilation, and temperature differences between the interior and exterior of the building can still contribute to condensation, even with double glazing.

To reduce condensation, it is important to address these factors, as well as ensuring that windows and surrounding areas are kept clean and dry. Proper ventilation, such as using extractor fans or opening windows regularly, can also help to reduce humidity levels and prevent condensation from forming.

At The Norfolk Window Company, we provide double glazing to ensure your property can stay protected from condensation. Get in contact with us today for a free, no-hassle quote, and we will get to work on cancelling your condensation.

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