Condensation on the upper floors

Most of the time, the presence of excessive humidity manifests itself in the upper part of a building. Reason: Cold air from the lower floors rises upwards. During its journey, it carries with it the moisture present in the indoor environment, thus creating condensation on the glass. This moisture comes from underground parking lots, swimming pools, spas, bathrooms and kitchens. To significantly reduce this problem, each floor must be compartmentalized.

Windows are not always involved

Condensation increases when the building is perfectly sealed. In such a situation, people tend to blame the windows. However, despite the replacement of the windows, this condensation could nevertheless persist, due to an excessive humidity level in the ambient air. Compartmentalizing a building with a ventilation system is therefore essential. This will reduce the indoor humidity level to an acceptable level.