Range Cookers and Condensation

Condensation build up can be affected by external factors such as the placement of the cooker and the ambient temperature of the kitchen. A cooker fitted into an old chimney breast for instance, may experience more condensation build-up due to the lower temperature surrounding the cooker and lack of insulation in old brick work. Open plan living often keeps the surrounding temperatures lower around the cooker.

How can you prevent steam built up?