Moisture on insice windows

Old 10-19-02, 08:12 AM
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Moisture on insice windows

I have a 15 year old double wide mobile home. Now that the weather is getting colder I have alot of moisture on the inside of the windows. There is also moisture between the storm window and the inside window. This happens on some but not all of my windows. How can I correct this problem?
Old 10-19-02, 10:57 AM
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Moisture on windows

Condensation on interior of windows is due to warm, moist air settling on a cold surface. This is what happens on the outside of a cold glass of ice tea or other drink. Reducing the humidity in your home with a dehumidifier will help control humidity. Running bathroom vents for at least 30 minutes after bathing and using kitchen vent during and after cooking will help keep humidity levels down. Condensation collecting between window and storm window tends to indicate that the warm, humid air is leaking into the cavity between the two windows. Check your seals and/or weatherstripping on windows. You might also want to check in with Meadowraven on the Mobile Home Forum. She is a mobile home expert.

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