Condensation in Conservatories: Tips to Put a Stop to it

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Condensation in conservatories is a frequent cause of concern for many people. A heavily glazed structure that is built to be completely air and water tight essentially provides the perfect conditions for condensation to thrive. 

Thankfully, there are measures you can take to stop condensation in conservatories forming. In some instances this may involve identifying and repairing leaks (on occasion this might require a major overhaul, such as conservatory roof replacement), in others, simple changes to how you use your conservatory could fix the problem. 

Natasha Brinsmead

Natasha is Homebuilding & Renovating’s Associate Content Editor and has been a member of the team for over two decades. An experienced journalist and renovation expert, she has written for a number of homes titles. Over the years Natasha has renovated and carried out a side extension to a Victorian terrace. She is currently living in the rural Edwardian cottage she renovated and extended on a largely DIY basis, living on site for the duration of the project. She is now looking for her next project — something which is proving far harder than she thought it would be.