What Causes Condensation And Mold On Windows?
When the temperature drops outside, its time for us to turn on the heat.
However, sometimes we wake up to condensation on our windows which can be more serious than you think.
When the hot air inside your home rises and meets with a cold surface such as your windows, the water vapor cools down and turns back into water droplets.
When water droplets form on your windows, this can create mold growth which may spread onto other surfaces.
Why is this dangerous?