Condensation Affecting Your Wooden Sliding Glass Door? Use These Tips To Secure The Glass Now
If you notice condensation inside the glass panels of your wooden sliding door, and you can't find leaking water anywhere, place a water-tight seal between the glass and wooden frame. Old age, temperature changes and even weather can weaken the seals between the insulated glass and frame. Broken or deteriorated seals can allow moisture or condensation to form between the glass and inside the wood, which can rot over time. In some cases, condensation can fog up the glass completely, which keeps the glass from insulating your home properly.