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Ecoease, the UK’s biggest on line retailer of DIY secondary glazing, has seen a major rise in sales this year from customers looking for a cost effective solution to their condensation problems.

Condensation in the home has always been regarded as a bit of a nuisance but a recently a study has warned that it can also be a major health hazard particularly to those who are asthmatic or have allergies and they site the chief cause as being the use of radiators to dry damp clothes.

To explain how condensation occurs Cooking, bathing and indoor clothes drying produce moisture in the home which isn’t a problem during the day. However, in the evening, when the outside temperatures drops, this warm moist air in the home comes into contact with the much colder glass of the window and the moisture condenses and runs down the window or in extreme cases the walls -- much in the same way as moisture appears on the outside of a cold drink can in the summer.

“Ecoease was originally developed as an effective, low cost, DIY secondary glazing system to reduce energy consumption, but we’ve found that condensation prevention now forms 60% of our sales!”, claims Ecoease Director, John Feely . “The system we use at Ecoease is particularly effective for reducing condensation" explains John, “our panels are made from PET which is lighter, safer, fire-retardent, less breakable and 10% warmer than glass. This means that the warm air inside the home does not reach the point where condensation occurs."

There is no minimum order and many customers buy a single Ecoease panel as a “try and see” option. The majority of these customers return to order more panels having been impressed by improvement not only by reduced condensation, but also by the increased warmth and noise reduction. Cost obviously depends on the size of the window -- an average 1200mm x 900mm window Ecoease panel will cost approximately £80 whereas a conventional double glazed window of this size would cost around £500.

To order simply go on-line to There are 2 systems -- the DIY or Measured to fit. Fill in the measurements in millimetres of your window or windows and place your order. Delivery takes about 10 days and each pack comes with clear, simple instructions. There is also a help line -- 0845 519 3230 -- to talk you through any difficulties.


Please contact:

Roz Hubley
telephone: 020 8767 7352

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