How to Eliminate Window Condensation and Window Mold
How Window Condensation Works
Without boring you with all kinds of complex scientific nerdiness, in general, window condensation happens in the winter when your windows aren't properly insulated. Remember that glass is a conductor of heat, just like metal. During the winter, when you turn on the heater, that hot air tries to get out through your glass windows. While the hot air clings to the glass in your windows, the cold air on the other side cools it. This creates water vapor, and that turns into window condensation... and that ruins the view of the winter wonderland outside.
Getting rid of window mold, too
Insulating your windows with Castle Window Covers virtually eliminates window condensation. This also helps prevent window mold: that annoying mold that grows around your window frame and on the window sill. When the window condensation drips and runs down the window and onto the window frame and window sill, it settles there and allows that disgusting mold to grow around your windows. Not only is it unsightly, it's also unhealthy.
Installing Castle Window Covers to insulate your windows not only reduces energy costs and soundproofs your windows, they also virtually eliminate all window condensation and mold around your windows.