In Jacksonville everyone has noticed how cold it has become out of doors during the months of December and January. Usually when cold weather appears condensation is evidenced both on the exterior and the interior of one’s home. Although window glass may have condensation and ice buildup on the exterior of the house that may be annoying, the condensation that develops on the interior of the windows and doors may be more of a concern.
When excess condensation develops on the glass itself it may be an indication of excessive humidity in the house. And this may be a reason for concern of the condition of other rooms in the house. Some areas to look for would be a general dampness in the house, staining of walls, mold and mildew smell, cracked or peeled paint, sweating or wet pipes.