When you spot moisture on windows in your home, do you simply wipe it away, allow it to dry up itself, or ignore it?
If you answered yes to any of these options, you could be facing some costly repair bills in the future. Window moisture should not be left untreated because it could cause wood around the window to rot or weaken the windows insulation.
Water on the inside of the windows is a result of air mixing with water vapor. The condensation occurs when the surface of the window is a different temperature to the interior air.
Numerous measures are available to help solve your window moisture problems. Consider covering the window with :
2. Replacing your windows with more energy-efficient ones
3. Inserting rope caulk into window cracks, using water absorbent socks, or a draft stopper.
The absorbent sock and the draft stopper be moisture absorber. The absorbent sock and the draft stopper are easy to install, probably the most cost-effective and least time-consuming.