Ever have little droplets of water form on your skylight, only to run down and drip on your floor? Or maybe ever time you look up you see water on your skylight?
Little droplets of water; drip, drip, drip…
This is water condensing
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Prevent condensation or cold air drafts with heated glass on windows and skylights
This shows a bit about the possibilities in preventing condensation on windows or skylights. Other uses are for towel warmers, etc.
UL Listed Heated Glass
Heated glass solves many glazing problems such as condensation, cold drafts or chills from glass windows.
Heated glass prevents condensation and is utilized instead of designing a space that requires a large amount of air movement to prevent the moisture problem.
Moisture can appear on the inside of your skylight frame
Water can form on the inside of any aluminum metal when it is cold outside and warm inside. This moisture is called condensation. This can form even if you have a thermal break in the frame that prevents the inside metal from touching the outside metal. … Continue Reading ››
Why do some skylights "perspire" and leak water into the home
Condensation on windows and skylights can be not only troublesome but cause damage to finishes and substructures. This problem can occur when it is cold outside and warm inside, especially with moist air. This problem occurs most often with aluminum framed skylights without thermal breaks … Continue Reading ››