When you garage door seal it is important that it is right, so that you do not have to rot on window frames and sashes. Here we go through step by step how you do. Sealing between the sash and the frame must be such that the warm and humid air inside does not come into contact with the outer cold glazing. The air is cooled when it is able to flow up the cold glass pane. Then water condenses on the glass pan, which can lead to rotting in the arch and frame.
You should therefore seal as close to the warm room air as possible. In addition to the list being seated in the innermost, it must be placed so that it is pressed together when the window is closed. The location of the list also depends on whether the door is outward or inward. In order to get the right size of the list, you can find out the size of the window slider using the model.
Place the clay so that it is squeezed between the frame and the arch. Then open the door and the thickness of the clay shows which strip size you need. Choose a list that covers the largest and smallest jump width. You may need to use several different list sizes. On outgoing doors seal, place the sealing strip on the frame so that the hose part becomes almost visible from the inside. On the hinge side, it should be placed against the side of the frame to avoid tearing the strip and to get the correct pressure on it.