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What is cold bridging?

What is cold bridging?
31/08/2018

Cold bridging is when condensation forms on the inside of the rooflight framework. This occurs when the rooflight is situated over a room with high humidity, such as a kitchen or bathroom, and the warm, humid air inside the building contacts the cold surface of the metal frame, if there is no thermal break or the thermal break is poor.

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