THERE IS CONDENSATION INSIDE OF MY PANE. WHAT SHOULD I DO?
Condensation is usually more noticeable on roof windows and flat roof windows because warm, moist air rises to the ceiling. Particularly in rooms with high levels of humidity, condensation can form on the inner pane of the window. The problem, however, usually isn't the roof window. It’s the excess moisture in the room. Nevertheless, condensation can be minimised by fitting a radiator directly below the window and by airing the room frequently.
Ensure that the room is adequately ventilated. Also, be aware that condensation on the inside of the pane often comes from not having a heat source underneath the roof window.
Furthermore, the interior lining should be horizontal over the roof window and vertical under the roof window, thereby ensuring optimum flow of air and maximum light.