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Humidity and Condensation in the Home

Excessive surface condensation on your new windows, or doors, is the first visible sign that the level of humidity in your home is too high.
The cold season causes more and more of today's homeowners to become increasingly interested in the causes of window condensation.
New energy efficient windows and doors are designed to make homes tighter and less susceptible to draft.
Temporary surface condensation does not indicate defective windows or doors. The facts about window condensation and what you, the homeowner, can do about it, click the link below:
Questions & Answers

 Consumer Tip To Keep Windows Condensation Free

Over the past thirty years continual improvements have been made in insulating and air sealing homes. As a result, there are fewer air changes and an increased level of relative humidity inside our homes.
To read the complete article, click the link below:

Condensation Report.pdf


How to Reduce Condensation on the Outside of Your Windows

Homeowners who have highly energy-efficient windows may notice condensation forming on the outside under certain weather conditions.
To read the complete article, click the link below:
Condensation Outside Window.pdf


Moisture Problems

Moisture problems in Canadian housing are detrimental to our health and to the durability and resale value of our homes. This fact sheet shows you how to solve moisture problems, improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change.
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Moisture Problems


Moisture and Air Prombems and Remedities

There are two types of moisture problems - leaks and condensation. This publication focuses on condensation problems.
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Moisture and Air Problems and Remedities


Consumers Guide to Energy Efficient Windows and Doors

In recent years, Canadians have spent more on renovations than on new construction, with windows representing one of the largest single investments in a typical renovation. And, when it comes time for major renovations around the home, an increasing number of Canadians are paying as much attention to energy efficiency and economics as they are to architecture and aesthetics.
To read complete booklet click on link below:

Office of Energy Efficiency Publications


Cleaner, Greener Ontario

The McGuinty government is making it easier for Ontarians to save energy, save money and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Ontario Home Energy Retrofit Program provides homeowners with grants of up to $5,000 for home energy improvements. Here's how Ontarians can access the program.
To read complete booklet click on link below:

Accessing Ontario's Home Energy Retrofit Program

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