Open the door slightly to let air from outside into the home. If the weather is not too brisk, this will help balance indoor and outdoor temperatures.
Run a dehumidifier inside the home. Dehumidifiers draw moisture out of the air, which lowers the humidity and prevents condensation buildup.
Run exhaust fans anytime anyone showers or boils water. These activities release moisture into the air and increase the temperature, which lead to condensation.
Turn on ceiling fans to help circulate fresh air and cool the temperature. Running an air conditioner cools the air too much, but a ceiling fan will keep the temperature more regulated.
Run a heater or furnace at a low temperature to avoid extreme temperature fluctuations in the home. These fluctuations react with cold air outdoors and promote condensation.