Can you get rid of condensation in between your double glazed windows?
It may start as a small area in which you can see the condensation start to form but over the next few months this is likely to get worse and worse especially during the colder months. Although not harmful it can look unsightly and no matter how much you clean them it simply will not go. It also means that the seals have gone so that they are no longer insulating efficiently and heat is being lost. So is there anything you can do about condensation build up or do you need to have the windows replaced?
If the condensation is only on the inside of the glass and can be wiped away with a cloth then that is ok as it is showing that the window is insulating as condensation is formed when cold air meets hot. If it is in-between panels than this can be quite a bit more tricky. The truth is once the condensation has set in in between the panels there isn’t really much you can do. You may not need the complete window replaced often just the glass and seals which will cost a lot less than the complete unit.