Condensation is the result of water vapor in the air dropping in temperature and becoming liquid water, the phase that is known as the water’s dew point. This accumulation of liquid water can be problematic indoors, such as on window surfaces, and is the result of cold temperatures preventing the water from evaporating and instead building up. Windows are especially vulnerable to condensation because of the heat loss that often occurs within window frames and glass.
Variables that contribute to window condensation:
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