Living in a condominium is what many prefer over a house because of the benefits that it has, but one cannot ignore its downsides as well.
If you are living in a condo or are newly shifted, this article is for you.
Have you ever thought about why, when the summer season is about to begin, your windows start to get foggy?
Or if you are sitting in a kitchen, having a glass of lemonade, and all of a sudden, you begin to sweat as if you have done some heavy workout?
Quite often, random damp spots on walls are not uncommon in condos. If you have experienced any of this, it is a sign of the excessive humidity in your condo.
As soon as the season makes a shift and temperatures start to rise, the humidity level increases in tandem, which is a natural phenomenon as higher temperatures hold more moisture than colder ones.
Have you ever wondered how it could be harmful to you and your loved ones?
Well, having high humidity can cause mold to form and can affect you in the form of headaches, fatigue, muscle cramps, heat exhaustion, and dehydration.
These effects will become more severe when the summer season reaches its peak.
You would probably be thinking, what should be the possible solution to avoid this problem?