Is there a way to solve the problem of condensation on the outside of windows?
We have just built an almost passive house on Canada’s west coast. Our windows are triple-paned and passive house certified. Because they are so well insulated, on many clear, cold days in the late fall, winter, early spring, condensation will form on the outside of the windows.
Many people have suggested that we are lucky, because that means the windows are doing a great job insulating. However, we would love to see our view on those clear winter mornings.
Has anyone had a similar problem and has any solution worked for them?
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