Are there some things you can do to reduce condensation in the home? Yes, there are a few options you can try. To start with, you want to lower indoor humidity levels. A dehumidifier is a great way to do this as it draws in water vapor and gathers it in a tank instead of it forming on surfaces of the home. You could try an air conditioner also. Another thing to remember is that if you have a lot of house plants, this will contribute to higher humidity levels. Reducing the number of plants will help reduce humidity.
As long as the air outside is not very humid, opening windows and doors will help to air out the home and lower moisture levels indoors. You may have thought about insulating pipes to help with condensation issues. This is an effective way to prevent it, although if you are relying on the heat from pipes to warm the home, insulating them will stop the heat from radiating.
If, after trying different methods to reduce condensation, you are still seeing an accumulation of water, it might be that condensation is not the issue but that there is water leaking somewhere. In such a case, it is important to have this looked at by a professional who can detect the leak for you.