Why do I have condensation on my windows?
I just built a house in upstate South Carolina and moved into it this past spring. It has 2x4 wall construction with OSB, housewrap, and vinyl siding on the exterior. The walls and ceiling are insulated with blown in cellulose. I have an electric heat pump and it is equipped with a humidity control system. My windows are mid-grade vinyl. Since cold weather is setting in I am having some trouble with condensation forming on my windows on cold mornings. Is my indoor humidity too high, or is this a sign that something else is wrong?
Posted Dec 2, 2010 8:23 PM ET
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