Question: My windows are dripping with water and now I noticed that I have water droplets appearing on the ceiling in the corner of my living room. What can I do to stop this?
Answer: The humidity level in your home is far to high. The forming of condensation is caused by the difference between outdoor temperatures and indoor temperatures and the amount of moisture in the air. When the humidity levels are high, you are creating a situation that will allow for the growth of mold and bacteria.
As the temperature outdoors drops, you must drop the humidity level in your home. High humidity levels can be caused by a number of things, the most common being humidifiers set to high, but other causes include clothes dryers and dishwashers.
For the proper humidity levels in you home follow this link - home humidity levels
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