A wet winter should prompt you to check your glass sliding doors to make sure they keep out the rain.
A sliding door that was installed properly and is in good condition should be virtually watertight. If you notice moisture in your home when it rains, there could be several causes, according to A-1 On Track, the sliding door professionals:
Sometimes the problem of moisture entering the house starts elsewhere. A leaking roof or damaged eaves can allow water to slide down interior walls and through the sliding door. Check for wet walls around the slider.
If your sliding glass door is fully exposed to the elements, consider building an overhang to block the wind and rain. This is a pricier solution, but may ultimately be cheaper than making constant repairs to a battered sliding door.
Still having moisture problems? Call 408-866-0267 today. An A-1 On Track contractor can inspect your door for any of the above problems and repair it.
Originally posted at: www.slidingdoorrepair.com
Kevin Dean, President of WSI Net Advantage...
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