With a cold snap in the weather or new installation of windows in late autumn, winter and early spring our phones ringing off the hook!
‘My windows have got condensation which I never had before, there must be something wrong with my new windows!’
This is why we did this blog to put your mind at rest.
Windows do not create condensation, it’s the differences between temperatures that causes condensation. Imagine removing a cold can of drink from the fridge it hits the warm air and the can condensates, pouring the drink into a room temperature glass it will condensate, the glass is not broken it’s effected by the ‘Dew point’.
Back to your new windows, when the windows are removed from your home the internal temperature of the room, internal walls and basic fabric of the property will drop. Hence, the cold air and walls in the room will not be able to hold much moisture until the room temperature returns back to normal. This could take between one to two weeks.