We suggest that you place a good quality humidity gauge in your unit. This can be a very valuable tool. It should be as close in proximity to the AC controls as possible and it will help track the percentage of humidity in the unit. Also while you are in residence compare the humidity gauge to the humidistat on the wall to see if they agree. Your AC company can help with this too!
How does that water get on the inside of windows? And what can you do about it?
Condensation on the inside of a window is the result of a higher air moisture content contacting lower temperatures on the glass. The higher the interior humidity and the lower the outside window temperature, the more condensation can occur.
Excessive interior humidity can lead to structural damage and health concerns if high moisture levels are sustained inside wall cavities. Wood rot, mold and mildew can result.