Residential and commercial properties can suffer from excessive condensation at this time of year. This may not seem like a big deal when the condensation’s effects are limited to your windows, but when it starts to have broader implications for your property, you may be moved to look into solutions. The Interesting Info about HaanGlas vacuum glazing.
What’s the big deal about condensation?
Condensation occurs when warm air and cold surfaces collide or when the humidity levels in a building are too high. It is most strongly associated with winter when central heating is frequently turned on in the cooler mornings and evenings.
Condensation can be caused by any indoor activity that releases warm moisture into the air, such as showering, cooking, or drying clothes, when this moisture-packed warm air comes into contact with a cold surface. As a result, the mood quickly cools and releases water, which condenses into liquid droplets on the hard surface.
As innocuous as a bit of water on the inside surfaces of your windows may appear, if condensation is not addressed quickly, it can promote the growth of black mold on your walls, ceilings, and across your windows. This mold is not only unsightly but can also cause unpleasant health issues such as skin rashes, sinus problems, and even bronchitis.
Enter our anti-fog films of 50 and 100 microns.
While there are several ways to deal with condensation in a home or business, such as using a squeegee to clean water droplets from windows as soon as they appear or installing a dehumidifier, we can offer you a very cost-effective alternative in the form of our acclaimed anti-fog film.
Our anti-fog window film is available in 50-micron and 100-micron thicknesses and includes a particular anti-condensation layer that spreads water across the surface of the glass. This helps to increase visibility through the windows.
Whichever anti-fog window film option you choose from us, it is suitable for application to most types of glass and will provide a high level of optical clarity. In addition, it can be installed quickly, including as a retrofit, where large-scale replacement of existing glazing would be too costly or disruptive.
When one considers our anti-fog window films’ scratch resistance, which means they can be cleaned with most non-abrasive methods, as well as their screening of harmful Ultra-Violet (UV) rays, which helps to minimize the fading of your interior furnishings, it should be clear why Stockfilms has become so well-known for window films in this category.
Today, request more information about our anti-fog films.
While we are confident in the suitability of our anti-fog window film products for a wide variety of applications, we recommend that all prospective users conduct an in-situ trial with the product before making a purchase.
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