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 Wednesday, 19 June 2019

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Dealing with condensation

Condensation is more common between the months of October and March when the weather is cooler. It is normal for everyone to experience condensation in their home, but how it’s dealt with is what the makes difference between just having condensation on your windows in the morning or having black mould build up on the walls.

What is condensation?

There is always some moisture in the air. If the air gets cold, it can’t hold all of the moisture and appears as droplets of water on cold surfaces such as windows and walls – this is condensation. If you leave condensation and don’t wipe it away when you see it forming, this can lead to black mould growth.

To download a copy of our full information condensation leaflet click here. If you would like to receive a printed copy please call 0300 5000 600.

More information

Our Money Matters Team can also offer you a wide range of support which will allow you to make informed choices about income and wellbeing related issues including reducing fuel costs and improving energy efficiency.

If you need help you can call us on 0300 5000 600 or email





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