Condensation at the upper floors

In most cases, the presence of excessive moisture occurs on the building’s upper floors. This is due to cold air coming from lower floors rising upward, carrying moisture from the indoor environment, which creates condensation on glass. This moisture originates from underground parking lots, swimming pools, spas, bathrooms and kitchens. To significantly reduce the presence of moisture, each level must be compartmentalized.

Windows are not always the cause of the problem

Condensation is likely to increase when the building is perfectly sealed. In such cases, people tend to place the blame on windows. However, even if they are replaced, condensation is likely to persist if there is excessive moisture in the air. Compartmentalization combined with an effective ventilation system is therefore essential to any building, as this method will reduce indoor humidity to an acceptable level.

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