Condensation on double-glazed windows is caused by moisture that has accumulated between the two panes of glass.
Condensation can happen when the temperature inside the building is higher than the temperature outside, causing warm, moist air to come into contact with the cold glass. When the air comes into contact with the glass, the moisture in the air condenses and forms droplets of water.
There are several factors that can contribute to the formation of condensation on double-glazed windows, including poor ventilation, high indoor humidity levels, and inadequate insulation. In some cases, it may also be a sign that the seal between the two panes of glass has failed, which can allow moist air to penetrate the gap and cause condensation.
If you are experiencing condensation on your double-glazed windows, it is important to address the root cause of the problem. Improving ventilation, reducing indoor humidity levels, and properly insulating the building can help reduce the amount of condensation that forms on the windows. If the issue persists, it may be necessary to have the windows inspected.
AMPM Glazing can assess your windows integrity to determine if the seal has failed and needs to be replaced and if required provide a range of options to address the issue.