Does triple glazing reduce condensation? - Quickslide Windows & Doors

Does triple glazing reduce condensation?

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On both double and triple glazed windows, the likelihood of condensation is reduced. This is because the extra layers of glass will result in a warmer glass surface compared to that on a single glazed unit. For condensation to occur, the surface of the glass must be of a low temperature and a high water content must be present in the air. To reduce the water content in the air inside your home, adequate heating is required.

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