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In winter months, humidity problems can increase due to wet weather outside and colder temperatures. Windows and outside doors are closed more often too, this reduces indoor air circulation and ventilation. During wet/cold weather, windows and outside walls will be colder than normal and condensation may form.
Note: Moisture is continually released inside your home, as much as 10-50 litres a day, through routine household activities such as cooking, showering, bathing, doing laundry and dishwashing. People, pets, indoor plants and aquariums also contribute to humidity.
The ideal relative humidity level for a home is between 30 and 40 percent.
If you are away from home for prolonged periods of time in winter, be sure to maintain a moderate temperate inside your property, between 15˚C and 18˚C, and ensure their is adequate airflow.
By following the above steps, you will be able to manage the humidity in your property and maintain a comfortable, healthy living environment.
If you are a tenant of Property Hunters Inc. and have an issue with condensation please report it immediately through our Tenant Repair Request Form. Condensation issues that are not reported or controlled may be deemed damages and charged back to you.
The information on this web page should be used for guidance purposes only. Property Hunters will not be liable for any damages, personal injury, losses or causes of action of any nature arising from the use of this content. It is your responsibility as a tenant of Property Hunters to take basic safety precautions before, during and after following the guidelines on this webpage.