Condensation is the most common cause of damp and mould in homes.
Condensation is a collection of water droplets that form when warm, moist air in your home comes into contact with a colder surface, like windows, mirrors, external walls or pipes.
Condensation is common in all homes and is caused by moisture created by everyday activities like showering and cooking.
We all get condensation on our windows sometimes. This isn’t necessarily a problem if it’s cleared up quickly. If left, condensation can lead to mould appearing, which can look unpleasant and damage clothes and furniture.