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Window condensation – what causes it and how to reduce it.

What causes condensation?

Condensation forms when warm or humid air contacts a cold surface. Moisture is in the air all around us and warmer air can hold more moisture. When the air around us cools it contracts and condenses,  and when the temperature drops, the first place you will see any condensation is on the windows.

Windows are the coldest surfaces indoors as they are our portal to the outside world. During colder months, indoor air is much warmer and holds more moisture than the outdoor air which is colder and dry. Warm and humid indoor air cools and contracts as it comes into contact with the cooler windows, the moisture then condenses on the glass.

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Extra Extra! Check out our Autumn Newsletter!

Hello and welcome to our Autumn newsletter – firstly, where has this year gone?! As we head into the cooler autumnal and winter months it’s key to ensure your windows are not wasting you money and keeping your house cold by letting hot air out and cool air in – read on for our top tips and signs to look for to ensure you are kept warm this winter

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Winters coming! It’s time to check your sash windows!

Here are the signs you need to be looking for when checking your sash windows. Remember, keeping your sash windows in good condition saves you money on bills, helps the environment, adds value to your property and protects you and your home!

When timber sash windows are looked after properly they can last as long as the building! Making them the ideal choice for your property as they look great, last longer than a conventional uPVC window, save you money with their thermal efficiency and add value to your property.

Here at IWP Dansk, wherever possible, we always try and restore the original window to keep the charm of the building and save the client money whilst protecting the environment. This is why we have put together some signs to look out for to ensure you are keeping your timber sash windows healthy and they aren’t letting you down! Remember, if you catch the problem early, it’ll be better for your windows and wallet!

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Do you have energy efficient windows?

All properties lose heat through their windows, but energy-efficient glazing keeps your home warmer and quieter as well as reducing your energy bills. That could mean double or in some cases triple-glazing for new buildings.

You can improve the energy efficiency of existing windows by adding storm windows, caulking and weather stripping, and using window treatments or coverings. Continue Reading

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Your Complete Guide to Draught Proofing

Draughts are never a good sign. They allow in cold air to your home and let the warm air, from the heating you’re spending a ton of money on, escape. Preventing draughts and therefore saving money is one of the simplest tasks you can do to stay warm this winter. Continue Reading

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5 Ways to Maintain your Windows

Are your sash windows looking shabby, rotten, or they don’t open or rattle?

Here are 5 ways to maintain them: Continue Reading

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