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Old 01-08-2014, 03:44 PM   #1
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Any way to keep single-pane windowed door from sweating?


With the crazy cold temperatures in Tennessee this week, I found the inside of the front door dripping wet (soaked) from condensation. Is there any way to prevent this?


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Any way to keep single-pane windowed door from sweating?


Go buy some of those shrink window films.
Goes on with double faced tape, heat it up with a hair a hair dryer and it almost become invisible.
http://www.frostking.com/product/win...sulation-kits/
ASAP get rid of those old windows there costing you a ton of money with the heating and cooling cost.

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Go to the local Glass Shop and have them make up a Storm Window, that fits over on the outside. They can cut the tracks that holds it in place also. Most will come on site to get the measurements, so that if they make a mistake, it is on them for the wrong measurements.
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Any way to keep single-pane windowed door from sweating?


Good suggestions.

Make sure you turn off any humidifiers you might have as well.

No need for this time of year.
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A good quality storm door will help prevent that.
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