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Does Your Patio Door Get Drippy in the Cold?

Sub-zero temps can make ice inside too!

Heavy moisture and even ice can be found on the inside of sliding patio doors when the temperature drops below zero.

The experts can tell you why and ways to solve it.

Go to: SlidersNorthShore.com/winter-cold

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Stevie Janowski February 05, 2013 at 05:36 AM
No
David Waters March 15, 2013 at 09:51 PM
Mine does and its quite annoying. It seems to be an issue with most patio doors here in Vancouver. Thanks for the link for tips. http://www.retroteckwindow.ca/retroteck-patio-doors-vancouver.htm
remo davis October 26, 2013 at 07:58 AM
What is the solution for that ?I got my patio door installed from Window choice,Toronto.Till now i have not encountered with such a problem.What to do if it happens?

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