Condensation on STAGE High-Performance Windows can occur when there is a temperature difference between the inside and outside of the window. High-performance windows are designed to be more energy-efficient, which means they have better insulation. When warm, moist indoor air comes into contact with the cold surface of the window glass, it can condense into water droplets. To reduce or prevent condensation on high-performance windows, you can:
1. Maintain proper indoor humidity levels by using a
dehumidifier or ventilation.
2. Ensure good ventilation in your home to help reduce
indoor moisture.
3. Use insulated drapes or blinds to create a barrier
between the indoor air and the window surface.
4. Consider a heat recovery ventilator (HRV) to exchange
indoor and outdoor air while retaining heat.

Condensation is a natural occurrence but can be managed with these strategies to maintain the energy efficiency of high-performance windows.