The Advantages of Waterproof Blinds

As a homeowner, you may be finding it hard to keep your blinds dry in rooms where the air is more humid, especially if you have skylight windows that are higher up. Often, bathrooms and kitchens are the most common areas in the home to be affected by high levels of moisture; consequently, ensuring that you have blinds made from the appropriate material to withstand dampness in these rooms is essential to prevent the build-up of mould and mildew. If the blind on your skylight window appears to be continually wet, a waterproof blind could be the solution you’re looking for. Below, we discuss some of the advantages of waterproof skylight blinds and how they could benefit your home:

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How to Stop Skylight Window Condensation

As with many other windows, skylight window condensation can be a problem for homeowners and usually forms as the result of humid, warm air rising and reacting with the cold window glass, made so by chilly outside temperatures. Consequently, the air begins to liquefy, forming small beads of water which then slide down the window and cause the surrounding area to become damp. Not only can condensation on skylight windows make the window pane hazy and wet but if the window has been poorly fitted, it can also cause the wood panelling to become swollen, potentially causing gaps in the window that may enable cold air to seep into your home. To stop condensation from forming on your skylight windows, we’ve put together a short guide to help you tackle condensation in your home:

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