The key to less condensation indoors is twofold: keeping humidity inside managed, and allowing moisture to escape to the outside. How does this work on a daily basis?
To manage humid air in your kitchen or bathroom, simply keep interior doors to these spaces closed, and contain the humidity. If you want moisture to escape, frequently ventilate by opening windows and use the extractor hood or fan. Have you tried cooking vegetables with the lid on, or drying laundry outdoors more often? With these quick tips combined, you can limit indoor moisture quite easily.
If you are looking to invest in more long-term solutions, a number of options are possible. Many Reynaers Aluminium systems have a high-insulation (glazing) variant readily available. It is true, improved thermal insulation in your walls and roof helps to stabilise your indoor temperature drastically. An additional layer of anti-condensation paint can limit moisture as well.
Upgrade your window glazing to a more sustainable alternative and maintain a steady indoor climate.
But most importantly, make sure excess indoor moisture can find its way outside by ventilating. Most ventilation systems work via electricity and need noisy extraction fans. However, integrated ventilation solutions by Reynaers Aluminium are easily adjustable, perfectly fit any building type and offer both optimal fresh air access and superior thermal insulation. They are the easiest and most ecological solution for your specific project.