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    Solution to sweating windows?

    I have an indoor pool kept at approx. 85 degrees 75 indoor temp and 50% humidity, although that's hard to keep at that level. I'm located in TN and the weather here can get relatively cold at times . Excuse my ignorance here but is there anything to lessen the extreme sweating from the surrounding windows? Thanks for any help.
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    Re: Solution to sweating windows?

    About all you can do is either lower the humidity around the pool or use some type of insulated glass on the windows. One simple low tech thing that can help is cover the pool with a "solar" pool cover when not in use as this will greatly decrease the amount of evaporation from the pool and therefore the humidity in the room.

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    Re: Solution to sweating windows?

    Defrost blowers on the windows.
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    Re: Solution to sweating windows?

    Set the room temp 2 degrees warmer than the pool I believe is the correct way. It is either 2 warmer or 2 cooler.
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