During winter months the windows may start to fog or even accumulate a build-up of ice at the bottom. Condensation can appear during a cold snap and disappear quickly, or condensation will stick around and sometimes form ice on the windows – this can lead to damage. If this is a problem it means there is moisture in the air, and it is causing cooler surfaces to fog. Here are some tips to eliminate the moisture in the air, ultimately reducing the ice build-up and fog in the windows.